A glance at news in the making around the Wentworth-Crescent watershed
Some of Our Properties
The Wentworth Watershed Association has a number or properties along the Northwest shore of the lake. Some, many people see quite often as they are along the rail trail. Another one is more distant with no good access. The property in the upper left corner is the "Square Hill" property...
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Color Is Fading
A few days ago, the color had become a bit "muted". None of the bright colors but still a great show of Autumn. Mt. Chocorua had no color on it as the leaves were long gone but the near hills were still with color. Oh, none of the bright reds...
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Birds and Spectacular Fall Colors
Yes, it is toward the middle of October and things are changing. The water is getting cooler, now in the 50's and you now have to have a "nice" day to really enjoy the lake. When the sun is shining and there is no wind, it is delightful. Some birds...
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Grand Opening Heath Preserve Trail
On Oct. 12, there was a "grand opening" of the Heath Brook Preserve Trail. This did not mean that the group was the first to go on the trail but it was a time to have many of the people who donated to the cause to see the trail for...
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Marking the Boundaries
The Wentworth Watershed Association has quite a bit of property that helps to protect our watershed. While the Heath Preserve protects the watershed, it is also providing educational experiences for Wolfeboro Students. Last week, a group of about 25 students and 3 teachers walked the new trail and saw the...
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Our Mission

The mission of the Wentworth Watershed Association is to protect and preserve the Wentworth-Crescent Watershed through initiatives affecting water quality, land conservation, and community education.

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