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.
Heath Brook Campaign Update We are half way to our goal of $325,000! We have received pledges and donations from over 50 families and grants from two foundations to make it half way to our goal. Many of you have taken advantage of matching challenge grants created by a few...Read More "Heath Brook Campaign Update"
Lake Monitoring Report Wentworth-Crescent NH Lay Lakes Monitoring Program Report, July 7, 2018 The Wentworth Watershed Association and the Water Quality Committee would like to recognize the long hours and hard work of our Volunteers Governor’s Deep; Mary Schillereff/Tisha Daniels Fullers Deep; Dave and Deb Denby/Rich Masse and Andrea Dudley...Read More "Lake Monitoring Report"
There are still a few places left for the Camp Dinner this Friday but please check with Susan at 569-2935 for availability before you pay. It is always a great event! Also, about two dozen people braved the rainy forecast and took a walk on Stamp Act Island with Jeff...Read More "Camp Dinner, You Can Still Sign Up – Also, Notes from the Stamp Act Walk"
August 4th and August 11th were very productive Saturdays for the Dive Team. On the 4th, divers were in the middle of Crescent Lake pulling some weed watcher identified patches as well as combing other areas pulling random stragglers that could have grown into larger patches if they weren't identified...Read More "Dive Team Hitting our Stride"
The Annual Meeting of the Wentworth Watershed Association is on August 11th 8:30 to 10 AM in the Town Hall Great Room. Some Association business will be transacted but there will also be a talk by Bob Craycraft about water quality over time in Lake Wentworth and Crescent Lake and...Read More "Annual Meeting Aug. 11th and a Recap of July 23rd Events"
Some birds show distinctive male and female traits. Others are more difficult to discern. Because many avian pairs share nest sitting duties and the rearing of young, the bird with the young can be either sex. There are exceptions, however, and ducks are an example. In the case of the...Read More "Boy and Girl Birds on the Lake"