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)