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“Shoreline Tree and Vegetation Management Rules for Waterfront Properties” Webinar offered by NH LAKES in October

“Shoreline Tree and Vegetation Management Rules for Waterfront Properties”

Webinar offered by NH LAKES in October

Concord, N.H., September 27, 2021 – Join NH LAKES for a webinar in October as part of the “Explore Lakes with NH LAKES” webinar series. Tune in on Wednesday, October 6, for “Shoreline Tree and Vegetation Management Rules for Waterfront Properties.”

If you are considering re-designing or adding any additional landscape features to your waterfront property, this webinar is for you! Tune in to hear from John Stephens, owner of Stephens Landscaping Professionals and NH LAKES LakeSmart Service Provider Partner, to help you maneuver through local and state regulations—it’s not too early to plan for your spring landscaping project and get the permits you will need.

This webinar is part of the “Explore Lakes with NH LAKES” webinar series sponsored by Grappone Automotive Group. These webinars are FREE, but pre-registration is required, and space is limited. Visit nhlakes.org/explore-lakes-webinars to learn more and sign up!

Established in 1992, the mission of NH LAKES, a statewide, publicly supported nonprofit organization, is to ensure that New Hampshire’s 1,000 lakes are clean and healthy, now and in the future. To achieve its mission, NH LAKES works with partners, promotes clean water policies and responsible use, and inspires the public to care for our lakes. For more information, visit nhlakes.org, email [email protected], or call 603.226.0299

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CONTACT:

Erin Mastine, Outreach Program Coordinator, NH LAKES

603-226-0299, [email protected]

nhlakes.org

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