A glance at news in the making around the Wentworth-Crescent watershed
Stamp Act Walk 2019
On August 17th, about 30 people met for a walk on Stamp Act Island. Jeff Lougee from the Nature Conservancy and Peter Goodwin led the walk in two separate groups. Everyone seemed to enjoy most of the walk although ground wasps stung a few of the walkers, an unpleasant end...
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Rescheduled Morning Paddle Around the Sister Islands Saturday Aug. 24th 8:00am
We invite you to instead join us for coffee and a paddle next Saturday morning, Aug. 24 from 8-10:30 on a leisurely paddle from Albee Beach around Sister Islands. 2 1/2 miles round trip. Bring your own paddleboard, canoe or kayak, and a PFD. This new program event is being...
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Summer 2019 Zephyr
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Lots of Dead Minnows, Stamp Act Walk reservations, Marsh Paddle Images
There are still a few spots open for our Annual Stamp Act Island Walk scheduled for August 17th starting at 9:30. To sign up use this link. A lot of dead or dying small white fish have been seen over the last few days in the lake and along the...
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Loons on the Lake
Loons are definitely on the lake. The loon census indicated about 20 adults and four chicks. The numbers are actually a bit hard to know for certain because the census is done by a number of people in different "sections" of the lake. Sometimes a loon does not stay in...
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Register for the Camp Dinner
We hope that you plan to attend the Wentworth Watershed Association Camp Dinner on Friday, August 30 beginning at 5 pm at Camp Bernadette in Wolfeboro. This end-of-summer event always provides a great chance to make new friends and meet old friends. The meal this year will feature shrimp and...
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Our Mission

The mission of the Wentworth Watershed Association is to protect and preserve the community, natural resources, water quality and scenic beauty of the Lake Wentworth-Crescent Lake Watershed, as well as to promote knowledge of the enduring character of its woodlands, waterways and wildlife, its people and its history.