Winnipesaukee Environmental & Community Action Network

The Winnipesaukee Environmental
& Community Action Network

WE-CAN! is hosted by the Lake Winnipesaukee Association. WE-CAN! provides an opportunity for communities, businesses, organizations and individuals to share concerns and information, as well as brainstorm and partner on solutions to further our shared goal to conserve, sustain, and protect the water quality and natural resources of the Winnipesaukee watershed.

Wolfeboro Water Summit

The Wentworth Watershed Association is holding an information session on May 12, 2018 in the Great Hall at the Wolfeboro Town Hall, Wolfeboro from 9am-12pm. A panel of experts will discuss the issues that threaten our lakes and ponds, and simple steps you can take…

By ptarpey 5 months ago

Moultonborough Bay Inlet Task Force being formed.

Following completion of the Moultonborough Bay Inlet Watershed Restoration Plan, the town of Moultonborough is moving forward to start implementation of the recommendations in the plan. The Moultonborough Conservation Commission is leading the effort and are seeking volunteers to serve on a Task Force.  If…

By ptarpey 5 months ago

Watershed Plans Result in a Body of Work

Watershed Management Plans completed to date for the a portion of Lake Winnipesaukee have resulted in a growing database of sites in need of mitigation. As part of the watershed management planning process, watershed surveys identify and document sites that are contributing pollutants to the…

By ptarpey 10 months ago

Moultonborough Bay Inlet Water Quality Plan Unveiled

On December 11th, 3pm, the Lake Winnipesaukee Association and FB Environmental Associates of Portland, ME, will present the results of a multi-year planning process to address the water quality impairments in Moultonborough Bay Inlet, Lake Winnipesaukee.  An action plan to improve the Inlet’s water quality,…

By ptarpey 10 months ago

Page Pond Protected

Added acreage will provide both recreational opportunities and clean drinking water. The Trust for Public Land adds 198 acres of protected land to the Page Pond Community Forest in Meredith. This conserved land adjoins the 560-acre Page Pond Community Forest that was protected in 2009….

By ptarpey 10 months ago

Welcome to WE-CAN!

WE-CAN! is an online forum and clearing house of resources for residents, municipalities, schools and businesses, to bring the various stakeholders in the Winnipesaukee watershed together to align efforts and resources on issues of mutual concern, such as the lake-wide aquatic invasive species management effort.

By ptarpey 1 year ago

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