JOIN US THIS SUMMER Of 2019 WITH YOUR HOPE AND ACTION TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT OUR BEAUTIFUL POND AND ALL THE WILDLIFE IT SUSTAINS.

Fireworks and New Hampshire's Lakes

 The Department of Environmental Services has a new fact sheet about fireworks


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Help with monitoring algae blooms and Cyanobacteria! 

We encourage everyone who frequents the pond to become Citizen Scientists. Download and use the smartphone App BloomWatch.

NHDES has launched a new webpage about Cyanobacteria to promote public awareness and preparedness for blooms in the coming summer season. 

Latest edition, (June  28, 2018) of The Sampler -  a monthly e-newsletter produced by the Volunteer Lake Assessment Program. Click on the link to view:   http://secure.campaigner.com/csb/Public/show/dz98-rbb6p--has72-7fhm5rx7


Illegal tackle continues to kill loons

The following important information is from NH Lakes Monthly newsletter - Shorelines, June 2018 Protecting Loons with Lead (Pb) Tackle Buy Back

The Loon Preservation Committee, New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, and two local fishing retailers are teaming up to address continuing loon deaths by buying back certain lead (Pb) fishing tackle known to poison loons. 



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