Trump cuts mean salad days over for Great Bay reserve, NH Sea Grant

HAMPTON — Environmental officials across the Seacoast are concerned President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts will result in the elimination of numerous programs they say are vital to coastal industries and research. Programs like the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and New Hampshire Sea Grant are at risk of being defunded as part of Trump's proposed 17 percent budget cut to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, according to published reports.
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