DES Releases “A Shoreland Homeowner’s Guide to Stormwater Management”

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has released a new document to assist landowners entitled A Shoreland Homeowner’s Guide to Stormwater Management. If you are a shoreland homeowner, your property may produce stormwater runoff that directly impacts the quality of our waters. The A Shoreland Homeowner’s Guide to Stormwater Management provides … More DES Releases “A Shoreland Homeowner’s Guide to Stormwater Management”

News from the Loon Preservation Committee – September 1, 2010

News from the Loon Preservation Committee. Greetings! It’s hard to believe it is already the beginning of September and the leaves will be changing soon.  We hope you all had a wonderful summer.  The 2010 loon census saw a record number of participants in recent years; 546 observers covered a total of 132 lakes ranging from Errol … More News from the Loon Preservation Committee – September 1, 2010

Summer Newsletter 2010 – Loon Preservation Committee

Summer Newsletter 2010 – Loon Preservation Committee. Oil and Water and Loons As I write this message, oil is still flowing from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean as a result of the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. In the first days of this slow-motion environmental catastrophe, few people suspected it would overtake … More Summer Newsletter 2010 – Loon Preservation Committee

Concern aired as phosphorous taints lake [Winnipesaukee]

Concern aired as phosphorous taints lake – Fosters. Concern aired as phosphorous taints lake Meredith: By VICTORIA GUAY vguay@citizen.com Thursday, August 19, 2010 Members of the Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association spent much of their 34th annual meeting Wednesday night discussing how to get the message out to not “P” — as in use phosphorous — … More Concern aired as phosphorous taints lake [Winnipesaukee]

Merrymeeting milfoil mitigation commences in New Durham – Fosters

Merrymeeting milfoil mitigation commences in New Durham – Fosters. Merrymeeting milfoil mitigation commences in New Durham By Jake O’Donnell jodonnell@fosters.com Thursday, July 22, 2010 EJ Hersom/Staff photographer Biologists use an air boat to spread a milfoil fighting spray on Marsh Pond in New Durham Wednesday. Click here to view Foster’s prints for sale NEW DURHAM — … More Merrymeeting milfoil mitigation commences in New Durham – Fosters

Herbicide treatment begins in hopes of ridding Lake Opechee of milfoil – Fosters

Herbicide treatment begins in hopes of ridding Lake Opechee of milfoil – Fosters. The Citizen of Laconia By JOHN KOZIOL jkoziol@citizen.com Wednesday, June 9, 2010 DARYL CARLSON/CITIZEN PHOTOBIOLOGISTS SPRAY chemicals in an effort to eradicate milfoil from Lake Opechee Tuesday. Biologists have begun using a herbicide on Lake Opechee hoping to eradicate milfoil in the … More Herbicide treatment begins in hopes of ridding Lake Opechee of milfoil – Fosters

EPA gives local lake group award for milfoil work » New Hampshire » EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

EPA gives local lake group award for milfoil work » New Hampshire » EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA. April 29, 2010 EPA gives local lake group award for milfoil work By Eric Parry eparry@eagletribune.com The Big Island Pond Corp. received a merit award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week for its efforts in removing … More EPA gives local lake group award for milfoil work » New Hampshire » EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

In war on milfoil, the more eyes the better – Fosters

In war on milfoil, the more eyes the better – Fosters. In war on milfoil, the more eyes the better Gilford: By GAIL OBER gober@citizen.com Tuesday, April 27, 2010 Nematodes, phosphates and herbicides were foremost on the minds of the nearly 40 people who packed a room in the Gilford Community Center Monday night to … More In war on milfoil, the more eyes the better – Fosters