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LWWA is hosting two 'Meet and Greets' in Laconia and Wolfeboro on May 30th and June 6th!
Come meet the staff and Board of Directors on May 30th at Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center on White Oaks Road, Laconia, or on June 6th at the Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club, 12 Nancy's Way, Wolfeboro.
The two receptions will provide an opportunity for individuals, businesses, and other organizations to become better acquainted with the work and exciting new programs planned for the coming year.
RSVPs are greatly appreciated. Call 581-6632 or email: email@example.com
Hope to see you there!
LWWA's new Strategic Plan!
The LWWA Board of Directors has recently completed the development of the mostambitious Strategic Plan in its history.
Highlights of the plan include:
Wi-CAN blog has been resurrected. Check it out and let us know the topics you would like to hear about.
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
It's Winni Cool!
Our recent and ongoing activities have focused on promoting and developing a watershed wide management plan for the Lake Winnipesaukee watershed through a partnership and subwatershed approach. We have been working closely with the Lakes Region Planning Commission and other conservation and environmental organizations on this effort, and can proudly refer folks to the award winning on-line tool "Winnipesaukee Gateway", developed to inform and involve the public, provide opportunities for individual action, and enhance coordination of activities and communication between and among communities throughout the watershed.
Work has begun in Center Harbor Bay to develop a subwatershed management plan. The Center Harbor Bay Subwatershed Advisory Committee has been formed and will be working on identifying issues of concern and sources of pollution. Lakes Region Planning Commission is working with the Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association to facilitate this process. Check back for updates as well as on the Winnipesaukee Gateway website. If you would like to be put on an email list, please contact Dari Sassan, LRPC, at 279-8171 or Pat Tarpey, LWWA at 581-6632.
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.