Twilight Meeting: Odiorne Point State Park Restoration
NHLA / UNHCE Twilight meeting on Sept 25 at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye at 3:30 to 5:30 for a tour and discussion about restoration work that Rockingham County Conservation District and the state have been doing to remove invasives and bring back some of New Hampshire’s rarest native ecosystems, such as coastal pitch pine forest, sand dunes, salt marshes, and barrier marshes.
Tour and discussion will take place at Sugden House at the Seacoast Science Center by Tracy Degnan, Senior Project Manager, RCCD
Tracy has completed management of habitat restoration activities, invasive species control, and land protection projects for almost two decades with the District. Her work at Odiorne Point State Park spans almost one decade. Her primary responsibilities includes project development, scheduling, and management of implementation for successful restoration/land protection projects.
Two pesticide credits have been approved for the session.
Registration: Twilight Meetings are free, but registration is required. Please RSVP to Jon Batson, email@example.com
Light refreshments will be available