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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

Advocates for the North Mill Pond

The Advocates for the North Mill Pond (ANMP) is a neighborhood association formed in 1997 with the purpose of protecting, conserving, and enhancing the North Mill Pond and its surrounding neighborhoods. ANMP considers the pond an asset to the city of Portsmouth and includes in its mission:

  1. To encourage appropriate revitalization that will complement and encourage the stability of the tidal pond ecosystem while enabling the community to utilize appropriate surrounding areas,
  2. To foster an appreciation of the historical and cultural resources of the pond and the surrounding area,
  3. To encourage stewardship of the pond through activities such as community clean-ups, water quality monitoring, and remediation programs, and
  4. To provide a forum that will keep the neighborhoods informed of any and all issues that may impact the North Mill Pond and the surrounding area.

For more information or to volunteer for the Advocates for the North Mill Pond contact: Ann Smith, ANMP president, at

NH Department of Environmental Services | 29 Hazen Drive | PO Box 95 | Concord, NH 03302-0095
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