||Exeter River Alewife Festival, 2005.
||Exeter River Local Advisory Committee, Exeter, NH.; New Hampshire Estuaries Project., Concord, NH.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
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||On June 4, 2005, the Exeter River Local Advisory Committee (ERLAC) held the 5th Annual Exeter River Alewife Festival along the banks of the Squamscott River in downtown Exeter. Over three dozen organizations exhibited at the Festival and event organizers estimate approximately 600 people, including many children, attended the event. The purpose of the Festival was to increase awareness of the Exeter River watershed and the role it plays in the Great Bay ecosystem, as well as its role in providing drinking water, wildlife habitat, and scenic, historic and recreational resources for residents in the ten watershed towns. Funding provided by the New Hampshire Estuaries Project enabled ERLAC to print posters, banners, and newspaper advertisements announcing the event, and update the Committees brochure.
||Sponsored by New Hampshire Estuaries Project., Concord, NH. and Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
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