It’s the unofficial “fourth source” of information for biographers–site visits to view the places where events played out. For poet E.E. Cummings biographer Susan Cheever, that meant a visit to Center Ossipee, to find the site where Cummings’ father was killed in a car-train accident in 1926.More »
NH's Milfoil Problem
Ossipee Lake Alliance has been at the forefront of creating awareness that Concord does not have an equitable long-term plan to pay for the growing costs of milfoil control. We have encouraged and will continue to support various grassroots efforts to address this significant state environmental issue.
Lake Fireworks Schedule Announced — June, 30, 2014
Displays this year by Camp Huckins on Broad Bay, and the Town of Ossipee on the big lake.
Watershed Forum for Ossipee Lake’s Bays, Danforth Pond to be Held — June, 30, 2014
The Watershed Management Plan for the Ossipee Lake Lower Bays and Danforth Ponds needs input from residents and land owners. An action plan is part of the planning process and will address conservation, restoration and mitigation priorities to maintain our current high quality waters in this area. What our children and grandchildren inherit will depend on how we care for our local waters. The forum will be held on July 12 in Freedom.
Water Quality Report to be Presented — June, 19, 2014
There will be an Important Ossipee Watershed water quality meeting today, June 19th, at 5pm at Freedom Town Hall. For the first time, residents of Ossipee, Freedom, Effingham, Tamworth, and Madison will be able to see an assessment of our local water quality based on a full 10 years of data. Many local volunteers and scientists have been involved in this program supported in part by all of the area’s towns.
Coalition Supports HB 292 Funding for Milfoil Control — May, 14, 2014
In a NH Union Leader guest editorial, Bob Reynolds, head of the organization Fair Funding for Invasives Control and executive director of Ossipee Lake Alliance, explains why the proposed $2 boat registration fee increase for milfoil control makes economic sense for the state and will benefit lake communities like Freedom and Ossipee. The bill is with the State Senate, which could debate it as early as this week.