Be Aware! Lake Navigation Hazards – Some Buoys Have Been Moved by the Ice or Damaged this Winter

We have heard from members who are making early ventures out on Crescent Lake and Lake Wentworth about some usual springtime hazards. This is a good reminder to be very careful if you venture out on lakes. Wear a PDF,…

Partnership with Crescent Lake School

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…

Bird Migration- Happening Right Now!

People often think of the birds that we see here in the Lakes Region as OUR birds or native species that live here. But most of the birds in the area only spend part of the year with us. We…

We have reached $150,000 and will close on the Hersey-Hodge Property in December!

This summer, The Wentworth Watershed Association put out the call to the community to help in the acquisition of a strategic piece of land that serves as a buffer between Center Street and Lake Wentworth. Members and the public answered…

Recap and Digital Recording of Annual Meeting- August 7, 2021

The Annual Meeting of Wentworth Watershed Association Members took place on Saturday, August 7th at 9 am. Members came together online and in person to learn about the Association's new Hersey/ Hodge Land Conservation Project, and to get updated on…

Lake Wentworth History

The Character, Culture and Charm of Lake Wentworth: Maggie Stier, historian and 4th generation Wolfeboro resident and member of the WWA (full bio below), chronicles the stories of the lake that made Wolfeboro the oldest summer resort in America. How was…

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