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.
The Association educates the watershed community to protect water
quality through land and natural resource stewardship and
implementation of best management and sustainable practices.
The Wentworth Watershed Association takes on special projects throughout the year that align with the organization’s mission. See our latest special projects below.
Winter is upon us and the ice is forming across the lake. Making now a great time to talk about dock de-icers and aquatherms. While the use of de-icers/aquatherms is common practice to protect permanent docks and boathouses, improper use can cause damage to the structure that needs protecting and the surrounding lake ecosystem. Poor use of de-icers/aquatherms can lead to dangerous conditions and safety risks for winter recreators.
As teachers, students and homeschoolers are gearing up for a new school year, the Association wants to encourage classroom and outdoor education about watersheds, here in Wolfeboro and around the world. To support that effort and encourage the use of…
This year the Wentworth Watershed Association is sponsoring the 5th grade at Crescent Lake School. Our hope is to engage teachers and students with watershed studies and inspire a conservation ethic in the next generation. The students have been exploring…