If your lake association actively monitors water quality or other measures, you may want to consider joining this virtual gathering. The summit brings together lake professionals who are working on a wide variety of monitoring projects around the state. In addition to a couple of guest speakers, the day will be filled with short “lightning” talks designed to engage the audience as well as lots of time for discussion of the issues. To register for this free event, please click here.
Our friends at the Piscataquis Soil and Water Conservation District are holding a tree and plant sale this spring. FMI and to order, please visit their site here. Orders are due on April 23rd and pick up is the weekend of May 8/9 in Dover Foxcroft.
In light of the continuing health concerns about COVID-19, we will be hosting our Maine Lakes Conference speakers in another series of "Wednesday Webinars" running the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month, from February through June. This year’s theme, A Deep Dive Into the Lake Book, features many interesting and relevant topics that correspond with our soon-to-be published 4th edition of The Lake Book. Registration is free and easy - click here to learn more about the remaining webinars. Hope to see you there!
Please join us for our Annual Meeting followed by a keynote address by Kenneth Wagner of Water Resource Services. Ken's presentation, titled "Alewife Impact on Zooplankton and Water Clarity," will commence immediately folllowing the end of the Annual Meeting (approx. 9:30 a.m.) Click here to register.
NH Lakes is offering monthly webinars through the end of 2021! Explore New Hampshire's lakes through the seasons from the comfort of your own home! These webinars are FREE but pre-registration is required. For a full list of topics and dates, click here.