Jon us Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Littleton Opera House
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Marylynn Cote grew up in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Striving for the serenity of North, she relocated to the White Mountain’s. For 5 years she called Holderness, NH home. She enrolled at Plymouth State Univeristy in the Spring of 2007 through the Frost School of Continuing and Professional Studies. While living and working locally Marylynn was able to further her B.A. in Communication & Media Studies, by enrolling in online and evening courses at PSU. She looks forward to taking part in lasting contributions to PSU and our surrounding communities.
The Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University is working this spring with the Israel’s River Advisory Group on monitoring chloride in the Israel’s River in Coös County.
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Plymouth, N.H. – Plymouth State University is celebrating the 100th birthday of one of the most successful land conservation efforts in U.S. and New Hampshire history. The Weeks Act was signed into law in 1911, after a decade-long debate about the role of the federal government in protecting forestlands. The Weeks Act, named after Massachusetts Congressman John Weeks, allowed the use of federal funding to purchase forest land for conservation. The Weeks Act appropriated $9 million to purchase 6 million acres of land in the eastern United States.