Save Our Groundwater (SOG) is a New Hampshire Seacoast-based citizens action organization dedicated to protecting water in the public trust. We formed in 2001 in response to a bottled water company’s application to take more than 400,000 gallons/day from the aquifer underlying our rural communities; not one drop was ever bottled and the company’s state permit for mining the water expired July 1, 2014. Join us in celebrating fourteen years of protecting our water–sign up for our email updates by writing to SOG at and help the movement grow by becoming a member.

In the Media

Upcoming public hearing will discuss gravel pit: Foster's Daily Democrat
SELT to acquire forest next to Stonehouse Pond: Foster's Daily Democrat
One-time USA Springs investment source indicted on federal fraud charges: New Hampshire Business Review
Is Nestle allowed to take water from parched CA?: The Christian Science Monitor
Reversing the tide: cities and countries are rebelling against water privatization, and winning: TruthOut
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Barrington, NH public hearing on Stonehouse Forest Project

This public hearing will be held by the Barrington Conservation Commission and Selectboard to discuss proposed transfer of town funds to support the purchase of 1,500-acres surrounding beautiful and serene Stonehouse Pond. For a fact-sheet about this outstanding opportunity to protect a watershed and provide recreational opportunities, visit the Southeast Land Trust of NH’s fact […] read more »


NH Water & Watershed Conference – Plymouth State University

This year’s theme is “Managing New Hampshire’s Water for a More Resilient Environment.” The all day conference takes place at Plymouth State University and usually sells out. For more information, click here. read more »

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