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.

Septic Sense Seminar

August 27th, 2019; 6:30- 8 pm; Tuftonboro Fire Rescue Department If you live in the Lakes Region, chances are that you have an on-site wastewater disposal system, or what’s more commonly referred to as a septic system. Care and maintenance of a septic system should be a priority for every homeowner because…

By Gloria Norcross 4 years ago

Merrymeeting River Watershed Management Plan Presentation

June 19; 6pm; New Durham Elementary School, Old Bay Road, New Durham For the past 12 months, the residents of Alton and New Durham have worked with an environmental consultant to identify sources of pollution to the Merrymeeting River and make recommendations to mitigate these…

By Alison Baranovic 4 years ago

Residential Stormwater Information Fair

June 18; 4:30 – 7:30 pm; Meredith Community Center, 1 Circle Drive, Meredith Come out and learn some simple do-it-yourself projects you can do on your property to reduce stormwater runoff and pollution. Drop in any time to speak with experts and pick up some practical information to use on your property, or attend one…

By Alison Baranovic 4 years ago

Wolfeboro Water Summit 3

Are you concerned about cyanobacteria in our lakes? If so, then you should attend this important informational meeting to learn about cyanobacteria’s threat to regional lake health and our economy. The Wentworth Watershed Association is hosting the 3rd annual Wolfeboro Water Summit on May 11,…

By ptarpey 4 years 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 years ago

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