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Exeter Residents to Vote for Clean Water
by Jeff Barnum

On Tuesday, March 11, residents of Exeter, NH, will have an important opportunity to vote “YES” for clean water. Voting on Article 6, residents will be asked to approve a $5 million bond to begin engineering design of a new sewage treatment plant. Exeter’s current sewage treatment plant is grossly outdated. The much-needed new plant,…

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Faces of Great Bay: David O’Hearn
by Jeff Barnum

David O’Hearn is not easy to reach. If you want to sit down and talk, you need to catch him at work or during a blizzard. Otherwise, he is out doing something on Great Bay. That something does not include talking on a cell phone. David loves to clam, do a little trapping, harvest oysters,…

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The Perfect Time for a Waterkeeper
by Peter Wellenberger

There could not be a more perfect time for a Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper. Working with CLF, I view one of my key roles as rallying citizens and communities around one purpose, cleaning up the estuary. Everyone living here has an impact on the estuary in one way or another. It is our responsibility to limit that impact and become better stewards of our environment. Whether you live near the Squamscott River in Newfields or Stratham, or near Spinney Creek on the Maine side, we all need be more involved in the decisions that will determine the future of this wonderful natural resource.