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  thirteen years of protecting our water–sign up for our email updates by writing to SOG at saveourgroundwater [at] gmail [dot] com and help the movement grow by becoming a member.


NH Water & Watershed Conference March 18-20, 2015


This year the annual NH Water & Watershed Conference is partnering with the New England Environmental Biologists Association under the theme “Partnerships for Environmental Progress” for a three-day conference in Bartlett, NH. It’s your opportunity to tune up your water knowledge by attending workshops and poster sessions and expand your networks. The conference, held in […] read more »

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In the Media

Lawmakers see issues in bottled water; expired permits: Palm Springs Desert Sun
Gail Darrell obituary: Concord Monitor
Steven B. Conklin – Calling hours Sat., 1/24: Fosters Daily Democrat
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NH Water & Watersheds Conference March 18-20, 2015

This year’s annual NH Water & Watersheds conference is being held in Bartlett, NH and promises to be a great opportunity to expand your water knowledge. Register soon as the conference often sells out. For more information, click here. read more »


Oyster River Watershed Association meets last Thursday of month

The ORWA’s monthly meeting takes place the last Thursday of each month at 7pm in the Madbury Public Library, located at 9 Town Hall Road.The Oyster River begins in Barrington, NH and continues to Durham, NH before emptying into Great Bay. The river is one of our state’s specially protected “designated” rivers for its environmental […] read more »


NH Rivers Council hosts Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Concord, NH

Our friends at the New Hampshire Rivers Council are once again hosting a “Wild & Scenic Film Festival” for their annual fundraiser. The festival features six films relating to the environment. Cure your cabin fever and celebrate the arrival of Spring with a night out for fine films and good conversation. For tickets and more […] read more »


RootSkills Training April 10 & 11, 2015 hosted by NEGEF

The New England Grassroots Environment Fund (NEGEF) is hosting another one of their stellar RootSkills trainings April 10-11, 2015 in New Bedford, MA. The conference features four tracks of workshops to help build your environmental organizing skills and strengthen your organization. NEGEF’s purpose is to provide training and small grants to local environmental organizations working […] read more »

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