Your Land, Your Water, Your Solution

Join us in SOAKing up the Rain

Throughout New Hampshire, neighbors are planting rain gardens, using rain barrels, planting trees, and finding other ways to Soak Up the Rain to protect and restore clean water in their local lakes, streams, and estuaries. Explore this site to learn how you can Soak Up the Rain too.

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We’re SOAKing up Pollution

We’re soaking up runoff everywhere. See how much water pollution SOAK projects have prevented.

Goal: Soak up 250,000 gallons of stormwater by the end of 2015!

(or about 9 in-ground swimming pools)

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SOAKed to Date:
Runoff: 151,705 gals
Sediment: 11,645 lbs
Phosphorus: 3.25 lbs
Nitrogen: 6.68 lbs

You can help us reach our goal. See how.

See where we’re SOAKing up the Rain

Click on the map to see where the SOAK program and its partners are reducing stormwater pollution.

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