Something Wild
12:00 am
Fri July 18, 2014

Water Lilies: Sunken Forest & A Summer Oasis

Karla Salathe

You need no special excuse to seek cool water on a hot summer day. Water lilies provide a perfect mid-summer setting to explore the specialized role of aquatic plants in NH ponds and wetlands. Paddlers and shoreline hikers alike admire scented, floating flowers of water lilies blooming in July. Fragrant yellow and white blossoms seem lotus-like amid a raft of floating lily pads atop shallow freshwater ponds.

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12:00 am
Sun June 2, 2013

Why Are Wetlands So Important To Preserve?

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E - The Environmental Magazine

Dear EarthTalk: Why are wetlands so important to preserve?               -- Patricia Mancuso, Erie, PA

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5:56 pm
Thu April 4, 2013

AG's Office Announces Settlement in 'Largest Wetlands Fill In N.H. History'

The Toromeo gravel yard in Kingston is the site where 12-acres of wetlands were filled over the years, resulting in over $1.3 million in penalties for the company.
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The Attorney General’s office has announced a settlement in what it calls the largest illegal wetlands fill in New Hampshire History. The company involved faces up to $1.3 million dollars in state and federal fines, restoration, and "supplemental environmental projects."

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