Building Resilience & Sand Dunes
on Your Property
|Who||NH coastal property owners, municipal staff and board members|
|When||Thursday, October 5, 2017, 4:30-7:00pm (rain date of October 12, 2017)|
|Where||Seabrook Beach Village District Office, 210 Ocean Blvd, Seabrook, NH, directions|
|Registration||Please register by 5pm on Monday, October 2, 2017.
Workshop is free but space is limited.
|Contact||Questions? E-mail Alyson Eberhardt or call (603) 862-6709.|
Free dune plants! Join us to learn about a free resource available to NH coastal landowners to increase the resilience of their own property – the Common Garden of native sand dune plants at Hampton Beach State Park. A brief presentation and discussion will be followed by a visit to the Common Garden. Join fellow Seacoast community members and leaders to:
- Learn about the Common Garden as a free resource of sand dune plants and info for local landowners
- Have questions answered about NH’s sand dunes and about planting dune vegetation on your property
- Visit the Common Garden to harvest dune plants for interested homeowners and review planting methods
Presenters include: Sherry Godlewski (NH Department of Environmental Services), Alyson Eberhardt (NH Sea Grant/ UNH Cooperative Extension), David Burdick (UNH Jackson Estuarine Lab), Gregg Moore (UNH Jackson Estuarine Lab)