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2019 Milfoil Management Program begins 8/21

By Judy Hughes 1 week ago
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Spring 2019 WWN Update

  May 2019 Members and friends of the Winnisquam Watershed Network;  As we all look forward to another summer season on our beautiful Lake Winnisquam I want to give you a brief update on all that the Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN) has been up to in our efforts to protect the lake, and let you

By Judy Hughes 4 weeks ago
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2019 Membership Drive

The Winnisquam Watershed Network held a membership drive in June to help support our mission to keep Lake Winnisquam clean and healthy now and for generations to come.  Everyone who joined or renewed their membership in the WWN between mid-May and June 30 was entered in a drawing for one of three great prizes –

By Judy Hughes 4 weeks ago
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July 2018 Quarterly Report

July 2018 Members and friends of the Winnisquam Watershed Network, Year One of the Winnisquam Watershed Network is officially a wrap! Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Annual Meeting this past Saturday to hear about our programs and accomplishments to date, elect next year’s Board of Directors, and help us prioritize our

By admin 1 year ago
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2018 Comprehensive milfoil management program begun on Lake Winnisquam

The Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN) began implementing a lake-wide treatment program for the control of variable milfoil in Lake Winnisquam this week. Beginning with the Sunray Shores area in Belmont, Gilford-based Aqualogic Inc. will conduct approximately 25 days of diver-assisted harvesting to remove invasive milfoil from a number of locations along the lake shore this

By admin 1 year ago
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Weed Watcher Press Release

The Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN) will be actively managing invasive milfoil in Lake Winnisquam this summer. The WWN is also coordinating a Weed Watcher program to assist us in locating any invasive species inhabiting the lake for later management. We are looking for volunteers to help us conduct once-monthly weed surveys of the shoreline areas

By admin 1 year ago
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Winnisquam Watershed Network’s Milfoil Management Plan Getting Traction…

Continuing with its focus on strategic long-term milfoil management for all of Lake Winnisquam, the Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an Exotic Plant Control Grant from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.  This award of $11,380 for the management of variable milfoil in Lake Winnisquam catapults

By admin 1 year ago
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2017 Water Quality Results Reported

CONCLUSIONS FROM THE REPORT “The 2017 water quality data from Mohawk Island, Pot Island, and Three Island indicate that the lake represents ideal water quality conditions in comparison with NH state water quality standards and thresholds. Lake Winnisquam sup-ports an oligotrophic lake classification as phosphorus and chlorophyll-a levels are consistently below the oligotrophic thresholds, and

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2017 Summary of Activities

Members and friends of the Winnisquam Watershed Network, Since our charter meeting on July 29th the WWN Board of Directors has been hard at work getting the organization off the ground and pursuing our mission to preserve and protect the lake for future generations. Our aim is to work with state and local entities, our

By admin 2 years ago
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STUDENTS – HELP DESIGN OUR LOGO!!

The Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN), Lake Winnisquam’s newly formed lake association, is conducting a logo design competition open to all area high school and college students. Lake Winnisquam is the fourth largest lake in NH and is located within the communities of Meredith, Laconia, Belmont, Tilton and Sanbornton. The lake is a valuable recreational resource

By admin 2 years ago