Workshops/ Events

Workshops/ Events

2022 NH Soil & Water Conservation Conference

Thursday, December 8th, 2022

8:30am-4:00pm

Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

749 Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH 03109

SNOW DATE: Friday December 9th, 2022

Hillsborough & Merrimack County Conservation Districts invite you to join us for a day of soil and water conservation education and training for professionals working in soils, erosion control, water quality, public works, engineering, road, planning, and consulting. Topics will include understanding NH soils, improving water quality, storm water management practices, invasive plant identification and management, erosion control techniques, and winter construction. Use this workshop to help stay current on useful practices and plan for a successful 2023 season.

This workshop is approved for 6.0 subsurface credits by the NH Department of Environmental Services Subsurface Bureau.

Registration is $75 and must be received by December 1st.

Registration form here.

Please contact Kerry Rickrode at kerry.rickrode@nh.nacdnet.net with any questions.

Hands-On Web Soil Survey Workshop
“How to Access Soils Information on the Web”

Wednesday, December 28th, 2022

9am-Noon

Pembroke Academy Computer Laboratory

209 Academy Rd, Pembroke, NH 03275

During this workshop we’ll explore the three easy steps that will allow you to access a soil map for your “area of interest”, create interpretive maps, review a variety of soils data and generate a customized report. Web Soil Survey is an alternative to traditional hardcopy publications that offers quicker delivery of information, provides the “official” copy of data, and allows you to obtain just the information you want.

This workshop is approved for 3.0 subsurface credits by NH Department of Environmental Services Subsurface Bureau.

Registration is $30. Return the completed form below.

Registration form here.

Questions? Please call us at 223-6020 or email info@merrimackccd.org.


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