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Why Healthy Tidal Marshes Matter – Sep 15

co-sponsored by Rye Conservation Commission and Rye Civic League PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN TIME BELOW Healthy tidal marshes protect shorelines from erosion, absorb rainwater and reduce flooding.  Also, healthy tidal marshes serve as key habitats for migratory birds and both finfish and shellfish.  Tidal marshes have been impacted by activities such as restrictions to tidal […]

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Braver Angels NH May 10th

Braver Angels of New Hampshire Alliance:Topic ~ Media: How do you determine the trustworthiness of your news? Tuesday, May 10, 2022 ~ 7:00 – 8:00 pm In this age of competing or “alternate” versions of reality, how does each of us inform our ownposition on a particular issue? How do we filter through the maze […]

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Deputy Police Chief Blaisdell

Lieutenant Scott Blaisdell has been with the Rye police department for 20 years. He has been in second command position for 8 years. Over the last 3 years I am aware of 2-time other law enforcement agencies have attempted to recruit him for a training command position. Lieutenant Blaisdell currently teaches at NH Police Academy […]

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Sewer Commission Rt. 1 background

At the February 15, 2022 Sewer Commission Meeting Green and Co. requested to be on the agenda to discuss the possibility of municipal sewer to land they currently have under option on Route 1.  They were clear they just wanted a dialogue and that they had no specific proposal. They wanted to understand the process […]

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Rye Artist Speaker April 18th

April RAS Artist/Speaker Dustan Knight, a RAS favorite, returns on April 18th to present an in-person watercolor demonstration entitled Big, Loose White Flowers in Watercolor. Dustan is a professional painter (MFA/MA). After retiring as a professor of studio and art history, Dustan now works full time in her studio at the Button Factory in Portsmouth. […]