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Watershed Education Resources for Teachers and Families

This new resource page is now available under community resources. Find it here in the future and happy learning! Thanks to our friends at Lake Sunapee Protective Association for putting together all of these awesome resources! If you have favorite resources please send us an email with a link and we will include them in…

Lake Safe Fertilizing

If you plan to fertilize your lawn, keep in mind that the type of fertilizer you use and how and when you apply it can have a big impact on the environment and the watershed around you. What happens in the watershed stays in the watershed. Fertilizer contains nutrients that plants need, such as nitrogen, phosphorus…

Cyanobacteria Facts and Actions

What is cyanobacteria? Cyanobacteria are a phylum of microscopic organisms found naturally in all types of water. These single-celled bacteria live in fresh, brackish, and salt water and photosynthesis to create their own energy from the sun. They are able to multiply quickly in warm, nutrient-rich (high in phosphorus and nitrogen) environments creating blooms that…

2022 Ben Baldwin Fishy Derby – Results

The Ben Baldwin Fishing Derby, which took place on July 2nd, had a great turnout this year despite some high winds and bit of rain. The Wentworth Watershed Association holds the derby in memory of Ben Baldwin who lived on Lake Wentworth and loved fishing. The morning started off rainy and cloudy and gave way…

2022 Boat Parade Winner Named

On July 3rd, Tom Ouhrabka led members and visitors from both lakes in a parade around Lake Wentworth to celebrate US Independence Day. Parade participants came from both lakes, and met up in front of Camp Bernadette where they showed off their boats that were decked out from prow to stern. Most boats were decorated…

Are you Wake Wise?

Please share this brochure with family, friends, neighbors and guests. Recreating on lakes is a blast. There are ways to have fun while protecting the lake, wildlife, paddlers and swimmers.

Water Summit 4- Recap

On May 14th, more than a hundred town residents and lake minded visitors from nearby towns gathered in the Great Hall and the Town Hall for the Water Summit. The fourth annual Water Summit is presented by Wentworth Watershed Association in partnership with all the lake associations in Wolfeboro- including Rust Pond Association, Mirror Lake…

Help WWA Win $2500!

Update: Thank you everyone for joining us for NH Gives. With your help we raised $1800, that will go towards our continued commitment to water quality and community in the Wentworth Watershed. Share our NH Gives campaign with friends and family. Every dollar given supports our mission. If we are the organization with the most…

Spring Essay

Written and shared by member- Christin W. Kaiser Spring has finally arrived here in the Lakes area of New Hampshire. It was a long time coming, and it did the now normal routine of throwing in a short heat wave a few weeks after the last snow drift under the evergreens melted. Now I am…

Town Clean Up Day- May 7th!

The Wentworth Watershed Association encourages members to do something meaningful to in our community to help the environment this weekend. May 7th is town Clean Up day! Put together a group of neighbors to help clean up the watershed. Get a Group Going! Wolfeboro residents, clubs, organizations, service groups, businesses – in fact anyone, collectively…

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