Join Us

Does the Lake Wentworth-Crescent Lake Watershed have special meaning for you and your family?

Would you like to help strengthen our community and protect one of New Hampshire’s natural splendors?

There’s no better way than by joining the Wentworth Watershed Association. This new organization is the result of the combination of the Lake Wentworth Foundation and the Lake Wentworth Association.

Our roots go back more than 80 years to a distinguished group of residents and visitors, including U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.

Today, the Association continues to lead and represent the community in protecting the lakes and streams that make up the watershed.

With both financial and volunteer resources, the Association collects water quality data, helps educate visitors and property owners on watershed conservation practices, and partners with the community on efforts to mitigate stormwater runoff that is detrimental to the watershed.

Why not join today? Being a member allows you to participate in events, volunteer for activities, and know about everything that’s going on in the watershed.

If you’re already a member, consider buying a gift membership for family or friends!

• Individual $50

• Immediate Family/Couple Membership $100 (includes children under 18)

Annual Fund
Additional donations to support the mission of the Association are always welcome.

Additional Ways to Contribute
You can also contribute to the work of the Wentworth Watershed Association by making:

  • Memorial gifts to honor friends and family and to create a legacy for their love of this special place, enabling the Association to further its mission
  • Outright gifts of land and/or conservation easements to further the Association’s efforts to protect the watershed

Donate Online
You can use a credit card to donate online to the Wentworth Watershed Association. Use the button below to display a form on PayPal that lets you specify the amount and purpose of your donation. You don’t need a PayPal account to use this form.