Mission Statement

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The Warner River Local Advisory Committee (WRLAC) intends to carry out its responsibilities established by the New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program (established under RSA 483), including the protection of the River’s outstanding characteristics ─ recreational, fisheries, wildlife, cultural and ecological, and to support the protection and maintenance of the riparian lands within the Warner River Protected Corridor. This management plan represents the first step towards the implementation of the WRLAC’s responsibilities.

 

The Warner River Local Advisory Committee will focus its efforts on raising awareness of the need for conservation and thoughtful stewardship of the River’s many resources, including supporting the protection of the riparian and aquatic habitats, advocating for maintaining the current high water quality and available quantity and supporting conservation efforts throughout the Warner River Corridor. The WRLAC will work with riparian landowners, other interested residents, and local government agencies in the towns of Warner, Sutton, Webster, Bradford, and Hopkinton in order to promote these efforts and to work as partners in maintaining the unique rural character of the Warner River

WRLAC TEAM

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Bradford

WRLAC Representatives

 

Scott MacLean

Patty Furness

Mike Howley

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Hopkinton

WRLAC Representatives

 

Linden Rayton

Michael Norris

David White

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Sutton

WRLAC Representatives

Andy Jeffrey

Peter Savickas

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Warner

WRLAC Representatives

 

Ken Milender (Chair)

Laura Russell

Christopher Spannweitz

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Webster

WRLAC Representatives

 

Dan Moran

George Embley