In The News

April, 2020

The Lake Winnipesaukee Association is looking for a couple of part time workers as part of the Lakes Regions Conservation Corps (LRCC) this year.   It is a 22.5 week AmeriCorps service program that develops skills and experiences for conservation professionals. Read more about it HERE 

Here's a new "Soak Up The Rain NH" Fact Sheet from New Hampshire Division of Environmental Services that presents ideas that lakefront or watershed residents can do to diminish the effects of Stormwater Runoff.  The season of heavy downpours is coming up and the sand, topsoil, and nutrients that even just one hour of heavy rain can bring into a lake can have profound consequences.

 "Ice-Out" on Lake Winnipesaukee was officially declared on Monday, April 6, 2020 at 8:59 am,   May seem early, but since 2002, it has been out sooner 5 different times.  Earliest on record was 2016 on March 18th!

March, 2020

New Hampshire DES now has a Lake Mapper online where you can find up to date information on New Hampshire Lakes and water quality reports for any lakes monitored under the auspices of the NHDES Volunteer Lake Assessment Program.


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