This is the second Wolfeboro Water Summit, hosted by the Wentworth Watershed Association.
May 31: Bringing History Alive in an Exhibit Experience
Carriage House, Church Landing at Mill Falls, Meredith, NH 7-8:30pm
Presented by Cynthia Robinson, Director of the Museum of the White Mountains.
Hosted by: The Lake Winnipesaukee Association in partnership with NH LAKES
On the evening of Thursday, May 31, join us and Cynthia Robinson, Director of the Museum of the White Mountains, as we kick off the 2018 Lakes Congress. Through this fascinating presentation about bringing history alive through an exhibit experience, you will learn how experiencing nature in New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains has been life-changing for generations of children.
Cost for Thursday evening’s talk is $5 and registration is required. Visit www.nhlakes.org/lakes-congress.
June 9 – Moultonborough Town Hall, 9am-12pm
Join the LWA, Moultonborough Conservation Commission, NHDES, and NH LAKES as we celebrate how lucky we are to live in the Lakes Region, and learn about what we each can do to keep our lakes and ponds clean.
Topics will include “Protecting Our Watershed” “Invasive Species: Present and Future”, and “Lake Hosts” making a difference on the lakes.
How is the water quality of Lake Winnipesaukee?
Join us on Saturday morning, 9-10:30am, on July 21, 2018, for a discussion on the state of the water quality of the lake. We will present a review of the lake’s current water quality and compare it to 10 years ago. Is the health of the lake improving or not?
More information to follow . . .
Attention: Civic Groups, Schools, Real Estate Agencies, Lake Associations, etc…
Schedule a speaker for your next event or annual meeting
LWA will be happy to coordinate a professional speaker for your next meeting. Speakers will talk about lake issues and watershed issues that are important to your group. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.