Water Quality & Watershed Management
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.
Land Conservation & Stewardship
The Association conserves land to protect water quality within the Wentworth-Crescent Watershed, while also protecting natural habitats, wildlife, and view-sheds.
Education & Outreach
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
Water Summit 5 Recap
On May 13th, The Wentworth Watershed Association hosted the fifth annual Water Summit to present on water quality and actions being taken by local watershed associations. Attendees and presenters gathered in Town Hall for the successful event, which was held…
Ice Out Declared on Lake Wentworth and Crescent Lake!
It’s official, the ice is finally out in the Wentworth Watershed- declared at 3:00 pm 4/14/2023! According to a spokesperson from our “ICE” committee “Warren Sands is clear of ice!” Congratulations to our Ice Out Contest Winner Bruce Gifford, with…
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Join us for Water Summit 5
May 13th, 9am-12pm in the Great Hall at Wolfeboro Town Hall. Registration and coffee at 8:30am. Your quality of life and Wolfeboro’s economy are dependent upon clean water. Watershed management plans identify water quality threat, propose solutions, and create strategies…