This project was a collaboration between the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve, Great Works Regional Land Trust, and the Great Works River Watershed Coalition to implement five of the “Highest Priority” tasks from the Action Plan of the Great Works River Nonpoint Source Pollution Watershed Management Plan (2007). The Great Works River drains 6 towns in southwest coastal Maine flowing into the estuary portion of the Salmon Falls and Piscataqua Rivers. The project included involving a steering committee of stakeholders, a buffer outreach effort, updating water quality data, invasive species education, improving access to information, and developing a plan for installing Best Management Practices. This project period was between January 2009 and April of 2010.
Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership, Durham, NH
Smith, Tin, "Implementation of the Great Works River Non-Point Source Pollution Watershed Management Plan" (2010). PREP Publications. 72.