Ice Is Nice
Yes, you still need to be careful. Self rescue devices are recommended (and if you don't know what these are, maybe you should learn). Places on the lake are still not safe and those who are skating and ice boating are respecting those unsafe places. Most people are not wanting...
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Happy New Year – May It Be Better than 2020
The New Year has begun and the lake has now refrozen. The ice is very thin so travel on it is not possible except along the edges where if you break through, you get your feet wet instead of drowning. Cold feet are one thing, thrashing in ice cold water...
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Ice Out (You Didn’t Guess Right) and a Storm Update
The ice on the lake really wasn't that thick going into the Christmas storm and the west wind on the 26th got rid of most of the ice on the lake. Well, then, there is a chance to get back to great skating but it will be a work in...
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New Ice Update
Yes, there is ice that hopefully will get thick enough to skate on and sail iceboats. Parts of the lake are smooth black ice while others are smooth slushy ice. At present, no snow is on any of it so it should be getting thicker with the cold days and...
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Well Over 2 Feet of Snow on the 17th and a Drone Video – Ice Update
Yes, it snowed in Wolfeboro. Forecasters were thinking we might get 4 to 8 inches but there is well over two feet of new snow on the ground. It is light and fluffy so it will blow around if there is wind but it makes for easy plowing as compared...
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Winter Has Come. Snow Is On the Ground
After rain and such, the 5th of December produced some Winter. Well, some places in Wolfeboro didn't get a lot while others got 8 to 10 inches of snow, wet snow. It seems like we were on the edge of the rain and snow line so differences were great from...
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Our Mission

The mission of the Wentworth Watershed Association

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