The Association works with the town of Wolfeboro, watershed property
owners and users to implement best management practices which
improve water quality in the Wentworth-Crescent Watershed.
The Association educates the watershed community to protect water
quality through land and natural resource stewardship and
implementation of best management and sustainable practices.
A View from the Watershed
Lake levels have decreased by about four feet since the commencement of the drawdown. We’ve received word from the Wolfeboro Public Works that the lake level will continue to be held at its current level until December 15 to allow…
This season, Keegan Kilkelly, a Kingswood Regional High School senior, demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication by successfully completing his Eagle Scout project in collaboration with the Wentworth Watershed Association (WWA). The project focused on installing crucial footbridges on the Linda…
Beaver-created wetlands have phenomenal value for humans and thousands of other species. They raise the water level and can re-shape the topography of our ecosystems with dams, canals, and lodges, making the habitat more structurally complex and valuable. Consequently, there…