The LRAC strives to “speak for the river” and to help others to become its advocates as well. In the past decade, this has included working with schools in the watershed, creating public informational brochures, posting signs at river crossings, conducting workshops, and bringing displays to various public events.
In the coming years, this important work will continue with events, materials, kiosks at recreational or public vista points, workshops, and electronic media. All are designed to convey the LRAC’s goals, provide information about the river, and generate public participation in activities to promote enjoyment and protection of the Lamprey.
free ARCview mapping for NH schools
Great News! July 2012 The NH Dept. of Education has just signed a state-wide license agreement with ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) for unlimited educational and administrative use of the complete suite of ArcGIS software for K-12 public and private schools, afterschool programs, and youth groups. Click here for more info.