Also mentioned in this article is Sean McGlynn, a Tourism Management and Policy student who assists Dan as active member of the CRP’s Student Engagement Laboratory.
Please follow the link to view the full article: http://www.colebrookchronicle.com/Nov82013.pdf
To read the full article in the New Hampshire Business Review, click here!
Environmental Science and Policy undergraduates recently partnered with NH Fish & Game and Trout Unlimited on the Ammonoosuc Atlantic Salmon Survey.
Students had a chance to build field skills, network with professionals. It also prompted deep consideration of just how complex environmental decision making can be. Students asked questions about why fish stocking programs even exsist, what implications stocked fish populations have on native populations. The experience underscored the relationship among environmental, social and economic concerns
For more info and to check out the video follow this link to the PSU YouTube channel:
Please join us to learn about a new regional effort to increase the capacity of conservation organizations, agencies, and researchers to engage with volunteers in the care and study of ecosystems, lands, and waters.
To read more about this initiative, follow this link:
Jon us Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Littleton Opera House
Follow the link below for details!
Woodsville Listening Session September 24, 5:15 pm
The Center for Rural Partnerships at Plymouth State University is pleased to host a Haverhill Civic Forum community listening session to be held in Woodsville. This community-based engagement project focuses on the quality of life in the Haverhill /Woodsville area. This final listening session will take place on September 24th from 5:15-6:45 at the Emergency Services Building on Route 10 in Woodsville. All are community members welcomed and encouraged to attend.
The Haverhill Civic Forum consists of a series of facilitated small group discussions in which local residents identify topics of community importance for further public exploration. Through constructive dialogue and in partnership with student and faculty facilitators, community members participating in the Haverhill Civic Forum will identify local priorities, set achievable objectives, and ultimately enhance quality of life in the Haverhill area. A specific priority of the Haverhill Civic Forum is to include underrepresented groups in the community conversation.
For additional information please contact: Rachelle Lyons (603) 535-3270