Water Summit 4

May 14th from 9am-12pm Great Hall at Wolfeboro Town Hall Join Wentworth Watershed Association members and friends from partner lake associations in Wolfeboro for an informative morning with state and local experts discussing lake health and ways you can help protect lakes.…

snowy driveway near conifers

Don’t Let Winter Make You Salty!

We are in the dead of winter now which means things are feeling pretty icy. Did you know that New Hampshire was the first state in the US to apply salt to the road to improve road safety? Now to…

Everything You Need to Know About De-Icers

Frozen Lake Wentworth from Route 109 looking across at Triggs Island Winter is upon us and ice is forming across lakes. So now is a great time to talk about dock de-icers or aquatherms (never heard of an aquatherm? Neither…

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…

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…

2021 Ben Baldwin Fishing Derby Results

This young fisher braved the rain to participate in the derby. Check out his longest pumpkinseed sunny! The rainy and raw weather did not deter the eager participants in this year's Ben Baldwin Fishing Derby which took place on July…

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