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.
A View from the Watershed
Beaver-created wetlands have phenomenal value for humans and thousands of other species. They raise the water level and can re-shape the topography of our ecosystems with dams, canals, and lodges, making the habitat more structurally complex and valuable. Consequently, there…
In August 2023, Wentworth Watershed Association in partnership with the N.H. Preservation Alliance, presented a 2-hour program on the topic of Passing It On: Preserving Your Family’s Cottage. Speakers included an attorney, a realtor, two property owners who shared case studies,…
As a reminder, this year is a draw down year. Beginning on September 10, the water level is to be drawn down to 30.70 on the gauge by the following October 10 and held at that level until the following…