On Wed., June 12, students will go to properties around Pow Wow Pond in order to implement solutions, including rain gardens and vegetation buffers that will reduce non-point source pollution in the form of nutrients from fertilizers and runoff of litter, sediments, salts, and oils from roadways. Students will have consulted their collected data, experts in the field, local maps, as well as property owners in order to devise reasonable solutions for each property. Students will also be developing informational fliers and brochures that will be available fore residents of Pow Wow Pond and the surrounding community in order to extend the benefits of their work on local water quality beyond the end of their physical efforts. Look for these outreach materials on the Kingston Conservation Commission website: http://www.kingstonnh.org/conservation-commission or the Pow Wow Pond Council website: http://powwowpond.org/.
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