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Merrymeeting Water Quality Review Session

The MMLA will host a presentation on Merrymeeting Water Quality on Sunday, August 19th at 10:00 AM at the MMLA Clubhouse (Cove Cottages) 

 The Preserve and Protect Committee of the Merrymeeting Lake Association will host another presentation in an ongoing series to provide residents with information about the lake, and how we can enjoy it while maintaining the high water quality.  Bob Craycraft, the Lakes Monitoring Program Coordinator, will present results of water testing on New Hampshire lakes with emphasis on water quality in Merrymeeting.

He will highlight both encouraging and troubling findings, summarize the historical testing record, and compare results of water quality in Merrymeeting with those of other lakes in New Hampshire.  

Please join us at the Cove Cottages Clubhouse at 1000 AM Sunday for an informative presentation


 Merrymeeting Lake & River Watershed Study - Public Input Session

On Thursday August 23 at 5:30PM in the New Durham Elementary School the towns of New Durham and Alton will host a meeting with the Watershed Management Planners to review the plan and discuss in depth the Action Plan being developed for the Merrymeeting Lake watershed.

 Since the Action Plan is a critical part of the overall plan and will affect all shoreline property owners it is essential that the public attend and participate in this discussion. The Elementary School is located on Old Bay Road in downtown New Durham. Parking is available.


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Birch Ridge Community Forest

More news on the partnership to preserve Birch Ridge will be posted here shortly.  Preliminary information can be found at



Want to help protect our lake?

Read this "20 Ways" brochure assembled by the MMLA

20 Ways Booklet


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