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Bill could bring greater transparency to use of public comments in NH rulemaking process
06-19-2024 11:21 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

When a person submits a comment on a proposed regulation in New Hampshire, it’s usually not clear what influence – if any – that feedback has on the final rule. That may change under a bill heading to the governor’s desk. Agencies already must create...

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These hungry, ‘muscular’ snake worms are ‘widespread’ in New Hampshire
07-17-2024 8:56 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

If you’re wondering what happened to your once-beautiful soil, diminished to the texture of coffee grounds, you’re not crazy. But maybe your worms are.So-called crazy worms – also commonly known as jumping or snake worms because of their quick,...


How citizen scientists have helped map changes to New Hampshire’s beaches
07-10-2024 10:08 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

For six years, citizen scientists have helped track New Hampshire’s changing coastline through seasons and storms.That data has helped scientists better understand the unique response of each beach to weather events: Some bounce back quickly, while...


Sun, fun, and – fecal bacteria? How to practice ‘Healthy Swimming’ this summer.
07-03-2024 10:23 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

For many, summer means time to hit the beach. But maybe not any beach, if you don’t want to swim in harmful bacteria. From late May to early September, New Hampshire’s Beach Inspection Program monitors public beaches for fecal bacteria. And with...


Cyanobacteria blooms can produce dangerous toxins. Here’s what to know.
06-10-2024 10:17 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

The Granite State hasn’t been spared from the global trend of more frequent cyanobacteria blooms, the often-toxic growths that can kill pets and threaten human health.With climate change and excess nutrients getting into water bodies, “we can expect...


After progress on PFAS bills this session, Merrimack reps promise, ‘We’ll be back’
06-06-2024 10:24 AM

By CLAIRE SULLIVAN

On Rep. Wendy Thomas’ Merrimack street, there are four private wells contaminated with PFAS, and four homes struck by cancer.In one house, the dad died of kidney cancer. In another, a father and his adult son both died of colon cancer. In the third,...

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