An old Boston & Maine railroad trestle along the Warner River in the Roby District, Warner, NH. Photo credit: Chris Connors.
Read their article here (http://www.concordmonitor.com/Public-hearing-to-be-held-on-Warner-River-nomination-into-New-Hampshire-s-River-Management-and-Protection-Program-10988496).
Here is the link to the official NHDES press release (https://www.des.nh.gov/media/pr/2017/20170621-warner-river.htm)
Please visit the Warner River Nomination website here to learn more. (http://warnerrivernomination.wordpress.com/home/welcome)
Basil Woods Trout Unlimited volunteers assisting NH Fish & Game in assessing a culvert crossing in the Warner River watershed. Photo credit: George Embley.
Over two-thirds of the Warner River watershed contain populations of Wild Brook Trout, a Species of Conservation Need in New Hampshire, according to NH’s Wildlife Action Plan. Wild Brook Trout presence indicates that this watershed is high quality. Map Credit: Ben Nugent, Lead Project Inland Fisheries Biologist.
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