Introducing the GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE Project in NHʼs Coastal Watershed

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

The Green Infrastructure Project offers several levels of participation outlined on the attached Project Interest and Participation Form and listed below.

  1. Complete the Form to nominate a representative from your municipality, organization or group to participate as a member of the project Advisory Board. The Advisory Board will serve in a collaborative leadership role with the Project Team to: a) help guide and advise the application of stormwater science and conduct outreach; and b) act as a key link between collaborative project activities, communities and stakeholders.  SAVE THE DATE: THE 1ST ADVISORY BOARD MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 31, 2013 from 4:00-7:00pm (including a light dinner, location to be announced).
  2. Complete the Form to let us know what type(s) of implementation project your municipality may be interested in applying for. [Note:  Municipalities indicating interest in Project Implementation will receive follow-up materials and a separate Project Application form.]
  3. Complete the Form to let us know what type of topics in our workshop/training series are of interest to your municipality.

To participate in the project, please complete the attached form either in hard copy or electronically (typing directly into the document) and return it via email or mail to Jamie Houle or Julie LaBranche. Contact and mailing information is provided on the form. NOTE:  Project Interest and Participation Forms will be accepted at any time during the project, with implementation projects selected on a rolling basis as applications are submitted.

Please contact us if you have questions or need assistance completing the attached Form. The Green Infrastructure Team looks forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

    James Houle – Project Coordinator - (UNH Stormwater Center)

    Julie LaBranche - Collaborative Science Lead - (Rockingham Planning Commission)

The Green Infrastructure Project is funded by a grant from the National Science Collaborative and lead by the UNH Stormwater Center, Southeast Watershed Alliance, Rockingham and Strafford Regional Planning Commissions, Antioch University, Great Bay NERRS and Geosyntec. The project goals are to provide tools to build more resilient infrastructure and encourage implementation of green infrastructure practices and methods.