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Boat Access Site Aquatic Invasive Species ‘Best Tech’ Request Form

Complete the form below for the following purposes:

  • To invite a NH LAKES representative to evaluate a boat access site in my community to recommend tools and technology that could be made available to help boaters prevent the spread of invasive species.

  • To request the NH LAKES CD3 waterless watercraft cleaning unit to be deployed at a local boat access site.

  • To request the NH LAKES CD3 waterless watercraft cleaning unit to participate in a local community event.

Part I: Contact Information

If your group is not listed, or if you are not part of a group, please provide your group below or list yourself as an individual:

Part II: Type of Request:

Evaluation of a boat access site to recommend approaches, tools, and technologies to prevent the spread of invasive species.
Deployment of the NH LAKES CD3 Waterless Watercraft Cleaning unit at a local ramp.
Showcasing of the NH LAKES CD3 Waterless Watercraft Cleaning Unit at a community event (festival, parade, etc.)

Part III: Access Site Information (if applicable):

NOTE: If you only wish to bring the NH LAKES CD3 unit to your community event, please skip Part III.

For the following questions, visit the NH Boating and Fishing Access Site list - click here

Town/City
State - NH Fish & Game
State - DES
State - DNCR (State Parks)
Private (marina, homeowner's association, etc.)
Unknown/Not sure
For motorboats and non-motorboats
For non-motorboats only
I don't know.
Low: Parking lots are typically mostly empty and no traffic problems occur.
Medium: Parking lots full. Boats move in/out of the lake efficiently. Occasional traffic problems occur.
High: Parking lots full. Traffic problems occur regularly.
Extremely High: Parking lots full. Illegal parking occurs. Traffic is a serious problem. The lineup of boats causes traffic hazards.
I don't know.
No.
Yes.
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