The Baker River Watershed Association
(BRWA) is a non-profit organization that promotes education,
preservation, conservation, and improvement of the ecology
of the Baker River Watershed in New Hampshire for the benefit of its
residents and the general public.
The Association achieves this mission
through the following educational, scientific, ecological,
and protective objectives:
- Promotion of educational and scientific aspects of
watershed planning to include:
Protection of the natural assets of the watershed
for the enjoyment of future generations.
Cooperation with other associations, organizations,
towns, conservation commissions, and state and federal
agencies to improve and conserve the watershed and
promote the general welfare of its citizens and the
- Native flora, fauna, forests, wetlands, soil,
fish and game.
- Water Quality of surface and ground waters.
- Soil conservation.
Baker River Latest Water Quality Results:
Baker River at Rumney NH Water Level:
August 8 2013:
Ore Hill Mine Reclamation Tour - Warren NH
Baker River Appreciation Day July 20th 2013
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Annual Meeting Announcement:
Baker River Watershed Association
Annual Meeting - April 24, 2013 at 7 PM
Pease Library Plymouth NH
Historic Photos of Flooding on Baker River