Alumni are invited to a public input session with Friends of the Pemi on Tuesday evening, April 30, 2013, at PSU’s Ice Arena and Savage Welcome Center.
Friends of the Pemi is a group taking shape with leadership from the Plymouth Rotary Club, the Town of Holderness, the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development, and NH Fish and Game Department.
Thad Guldbrandsen, PSU’s associate vice president for research and engagement, notes, “floating the Pemi has been a rite of spring for Plymouth State students for years, and the campus’ proximity to the river is part of what makes both the river and the campus so special. An alumni perspective would add incredible value to this public input session.”
Prior to the public input session, there will be a paddling (e.g., kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding) trip from Livermore Falls to the Court House. The goal of the trip is to model appropriate stewardship of Livermore Falls, deepen community connection to the Pemigewasset River, strengthen friendship and community ties, and participate in a healthy activity.
If you’re interested in participating in this river trip, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at (800) 772-2620.