Current FB Environmental E-Newsletter, Summer 2018
Previous E-Newsletters Fall 2013,
FB Environmental presents Little Knickerbocker Lake study to Knickerbocker Lake Association, with Booothbay Region Water District.
FB Environmental assists Spofford Lake Association protect lake, beaches, and boat landing.
FB Environmental joins USDA employees in volunteering at the Cross Roads House for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Rye urges residents to help fix 'Stinky Creek.'
Former Farm Reveals Its Wonders. FB Environmental conducts a Natural Resources Inventory for the Scarborough Land Trust's Benjamin Farm acquisition in Scarborough, ME.
Town of Raymond ME Hosts Crescent Lake Buffer Planting Workshop.
FB Environmental, Province Lake Association, NH Dept. of Environmental Services, and Acton Wakefield Watershed Alliance host pollution reduction workshop. See also the Province Lake Page.
Skowhegan's Whitten Brook benefits from cleanup and restoration, with participation of FB Environmental.
See also Whitten Brook Management Plan.
Sable Oaks Golf Course, working with FB Environmental, Gains Audubon Certification.
Panther Pond Association, working with FB Environmental, wins the Outstanding Group Stewardship Award.
Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative, with FB Environmental's participation, honored with U.S. Water Prize.
Rye NH collaborates with FB Environmental and NH DES to protect beach and tributary water quality.
Salmon Falls River pollution risk; Called No. 1 in nation for possible water quality loss, September 30, 2010.
Successful Public Meeting regarding the Salmon Falls Headwater Watershed Management Plan, February 4, 2010.
Spruce Creek project reaches Phase II, August 20, 2009.
Dog Provides Low-Cost, Low-Tech fix to Cities' Sewer Problems, August 18, 2009.
Sewage-sniffing dog may diagnose Kittery septic problems, July 29, 2009.
Long Creek Restoration Project Team Receives EPA Environmental Merit Award, April 22, 2009.
Towns move toward Spruce Creek cleanup, May 13, 2008.