At a June 6th community meeting, Green Mountain Conservation Group will report on the first phase of its Ossipee Watershed Management Plan and discuss how it will proceed with phase two, which will study the Ossipee Lake system this year and next.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.
Lakeside Meeting to Focus on Invasive Aquatic Species — May, 12, 2015
Freedom’s Aquatic Invasive Species Committee is sponsoring an informative program on Saturday May 30. Amy Smagula, Limnologist and Exotic Species Program Coordinator for the N.H. Department of Environmental Services, will lead the discussion about milfoil and other invasive weeds.
The Impacts of Land Use and the Changing Climate on Ossipee Lake — May, 12, 2015
GMCG will sponsor a discussion of recent research about long-term water quality trends gleaned from the study of lake sediments and water monitoring.
The Smart Report: Ice-Out 2015 — April, 29, 2015
The lake’s ice cap is gone, and temperatures are on the rise.
The Smart Report: Spring 2015 — April, 20, 2015
The lake is above the summer level, but the plan is to take it back down in order to make repairs to the dam.