Additional Resources

Our Community and State Partners

Cotton Valley Rail Trail
Cotton Valley Rail Trail Club
Green Mountain Conservation Group 
Lake Winnipesaukee Association
Lakes Region Conservation Trust
Land Bank of Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways
New Hampshire Boat Museum
NH Center for Non-Profits
NH Department of Environmental Services
NH Lakes 
NH Natural Heritage Bureau 
Society for the Protection of NH Forests
Town of Wolfeboro
UNH Cooperative Extension
Wolfeboro Snowmobile Club
Wolfeboro Conservation Commission

Landscapers and earth movers trained in the best practices for Landscaping in the Watershed:

Name Company Name Phone Email
Casey Lush Lushious LawnCare 603-832-3859 Lushiouslawncare@gmail.com
Justin White Bayberry Company 603-929-1811 Jwhite@bayberrycompany.com
David Avery Kens All Season Maintenance603-569-9162 davery70@hotmail.com
Shawn Tebbetts Tebbetts Landscapes LLC 603-520-1525 shawn@tebbettslandscapes.com
Jack Healy Independent 978-851-5202 jmcjnh@verizon.net
Mike Nicolay Apples and Oranges 603-544-2408 mmn@tds.net
John Lapolla Lapolla Enterprise 603-387-3473 jlapolla@roadrunner.com
Dete Kasprzuk Camp Pierce Birchmont 603-986-5547 seedstostemforestry@gmail.com
Lennie Foss ELF’s Landscaping Inc 603-332-8324 Lennie@elfslandscaping.com
John Stephens Stephens Landscaping 603-707-0630
David Alessandroni Carroll County Landscape, INC 603-569-2013 cclinc@metrocast.net
Kevin Sumner Summit Irrigation 603-812-5721 kevin@summitirrigationnh.com
Carol Jowdy Carol Jowdy Landscape Design 603-677-1361 cj@carolJowdyLandscape.com
John Thurston Green and Granite Landscape greenandgraniteLandscape@gmail.com
Hayden McLaughlan Belknap Landscaping Hmclaughlan@belknaplandscape.com
Jan Bicknell cclgarden@metrtocast.net
Scott Burns Scott Burns Landscaping Scott@scottburnslandscaping.com

Resources for Kids

Here are some definitions and information about the water cycle and watershed (provided by a youth member- Thanks Molly!)

Water Cycle Glossary of Terms

The water supply of Earth is a required element for life to exist and thrive. The water cycle is a continuous cycle that keeps water moving on and around Earth in different forms. The different stages of the water cycle include evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection. Each stage of the cycle leads to the next stage, and each stage is an important part of a process that helps to water plants, fill cisterns, dry up puddles, and remove floodwaters.

Aquifer: An aquifer is an underground layer that contains groundwater.

Atmosphere: A unit of atmosphere measures the air pressure at sea level, which is about 14.7 pounds per square inch.

Climate: The climate of a location includes all of the weather conditions for this location over an extended period of time.

Cloud: A cloud is a visible mass of small water droplets or tiny ice crystals that are suspended in the atmosphere.

Cloud Condensation Nuclei: Water vapor surrounds tiny particles, condensing in clouds to become raindrops.

Condensation: Condensation is the process by which water vapor changes into liquid.

Current: Currents are predictable and steady flows of fluid in a larger body of fluid.

Density: Density describes the amount of things in a specific space.

Dew Point: Dew point is the temperature at which water in the air condenses to become water droplets near the ground.

Ecosystem: An ecosystem is a community of living and nonliving things in an area.

Erosion: Erosion happens when soil is worn away, usually by wind, water, or ice.

Evaporation: Evaporation is the process of water changing into water vapor.

Evapotranspiration: When moisture from the soil evaporates into the atmosphere or when transpiration from plants occurs, this is called evapotranspiration.

Fog: Clouds near the ground are known as fog.

Freshwater: A lake, river, or spring is a source of freshwater, which animals can drink.

Glacier: A glacier is a mass of ice that moves slowly across a land mass.

Great Lakes: The Great Lakes are the biggest freshwater bodies of water in the world, located in the United States.

Greenhouse Gas: Gases in the atmosphere that absorb solar heat reflected by Earth’s surface, contributing to warming of the atmosphere, are greenhouse gases.

Groundwater: Groundwater is water found in an aquifer.

Humidity: The amount of water vapor in the air is the humidity.

Ice: Ice is water in solid form.

Ice Cap: An ice cap is an area of less than 19,000 square miles covered by ice.

Ice Sheet: Ice sheets are glacial ice areas that cover a large expanse.

Lake: A lake is a body of water that is surrounded by land.

Microscopic: Microscopic describes something very small.

Pollutant: A pollutant is a substance that harms a natural resource.

Precipitation: Precipitation includes all types of water that fall to Earth.

River: A river is a big stream of fresh water that flows.

Runoff: When fluid overflows from a farm or factory, it’s known as runoff.

Snowmelt: Melted water from snow is snowmelt.

Temperature: The level of heat or cold, measured by a thermometer, is temperature.

Transpiration: Water that evaporates from plants is transpiration.

Vapor: Vapor is liquid that is suspended in air.

Water Cycle: Water moves between the land, bodies of water, and atmosphere in a process known as the water cycle.

Weather: Weather describes the state of the atmosphere, and it includes atmospheric pressure, temperature, humidity, cloudiness, precipitation, and wind.

Wind: Wind is air that moves from areas of high pressure to low-pressure zones.

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