Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association

The Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association (LWWA) is a non-profit organization interested in preserving and protecting the natural resources of Lake Winnipesaukee and its watershed. The organization is comprised of a staff and volunteer Board members who are concerned citizens and professionals living and working in the watershed, as well as over 400 members.

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The Winnipesaukee Watershed Association is excited to ‘launch’ a new program this summer on the Big Lake!

Join us on a lake ecology cruise aboard our new Floating Classroom!  Beginning July 1 and running through Sept. 5, educational cruises will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week throughout the summer.

The ‘Floating Classroom’ is a fun and informative hands-on lake ecology program for adults, children, students, and summer campers who are interested to know what shapes Lake Winnipesaukee’s natural beauty.  The tour features a 90 minute boat excursion on a pontoon boat, where participants will learn fun and interesting facts about the history, geology, and ecology of the lake, as well as more serious threats and water quality issues facing the lake.  Passengers will have an opportunity to ‘be the scientist’ through collecting water samples, measuring water clarity, and determining what’s living below the surface with our underwater camera.

For more information and to register, click here.


Request for Qualifications for Moultonborough Bay Inlet Watershed Restoration Plan


Please plan to join us on August 18th for our Annual Meeting.

This year we’ll be holding our meeting on the M/S Mt. Washington at 5:00pm, approximately 1 hr.  before it departs for its ‘Elvis Tribute’ dinner/dance cruise.  Stay after the meeting and enjoy a sunset cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee while enjoying dancing to Annie and the Orphans and an Elvis impersonator.   $49 ticket price includes dinner and dancing; $10 discount is available to adults 60 yrs. and older.

Attendance at the Annual Meeting is free, but we will be offering $20 off the price of the cruise  to the first 50 members who register and attend our Annual Meeting.  We’ll also be holding a Silent Auction aboard the M/S Mt. Washington during the evening cruise to raise funds toward our Floating Classroom.

It’s sure to be a lot of fun, so please reserve your spot today!  Members must be in attendance at the annual meeting to receive their $20 discount coupon.

 


Looking for a special gift for someone?  

Check out the custom maps and charts being offered through the Map Guy.  This is a great  opportunity to have an unique map or chart created to celebrate your home or business, reflect your lifestyle, interests, favorite place, or special event while also benefiting the Lake you love!  The artist is generously contributing 30-50% of the proceeds to LWWA in support of our work to protect Lake Winnipesaukee!


Water Quality Data Available on line!

You can now access water quality data for Lake Winnipesaukee online! Check it out on the Winnipesaukee Gateway website: Winnipesaukee Gateway Monitoring Sites Map

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LWWA’s New Strategic Plan!

The LWWA Board of Directors has recently completed the development of the most ambitious Strategic Plan in its history.

Highlights of the plan include:

  • Improve our technical and organizational capacities to provide access to information on water quality issues
  • Inform and engage the public through social media, the ‘Floating Classroom’, and community presentations
  • Improve our ability to provide high quality programs, services, and activities to our members and the public through expansion and enhancement of our partnerships

Click Here to download a PDF version of the plan.


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The Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to protect the water quality and natural resources of Lake Winnipesaukee and its watershed.