Conservation Group Seeks to Intervene in Great Bay Lawsuit

Sandy Point, Photo/Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

The Conservation Law Foundation recently filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit brought by five New Hampshire cities and towns against the state’s Department of Environmental Services over a study on nitrogen pollution in the Great Bay Estuary.

According to the foundation, the lawsuit by the municipalities — Dover, Portsmouth, Exeter, Newmarket and Rochester — is an attempt to delay action to reduce pollution.

Foundation officials say Great Bay, Little Bay and the Piscataqua River show troubling signs of pollution and degradation, and action to clean them needs to be taken soon.

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