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  • 10/23/2019
    • Added a new page with links to a variety of Fact Sheets put out by the NH Department of Environmental Services.
      You can find this link under the LakeSmart tab.
  • 10/20/2019
  • 10/19/2019
    • Attention LakeSmart interested individuals! Erosion Control Mix fact sheet now available online. ECM is a ground cover mix of bark, sand, gravel, stone, and wood fragments that is considered a very good product to spread on the ground to help it absorb water rather than allowing the water to runoff into a lake, pond, stream, or culvert that leads to any of those surface waters. Vendor information included. 
    • Interactive map (2019 update), available from our Lake Host tab, of aquatic invasive species in lakes and ponds in the northeast. 
  • 8/22/2019
    • Native Shoreland Buffer Plantings for NH - A publication from NH DES about water's Edge plantings. Visit our LakeSmart tab to see this and more.
  • 8/19/2019
    • E. Coli results posted for the summer months. AOK.
    • New officer and board of directors elected to the CPA
  • 6/5/2019
    • LakeSmart Program is coming to Clough Pond. See Tab above
    • E. Coli Tab moved under the Water Quality Tab above. 
  • 5/3/2019
    • Our weather station is back on line. Visit the Weather tab to get the latest temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure.
  • 4/15/2019: 
    • We have been informed that the town will again test the beach for e. coli etc. this coming summer.
  • 4/5/2019
  • 12/26/2018
    • It's official. Ice-In occurred on Clough Pond on December 7, 2018. We waited a couple of weeks before declaring to make sure it was not going to thaw and then refreeze.
  • 4/6/2018
    • Landscaping at the Water's Edge 

      This is a PDF copy of a publication from the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension.

      Jared  A. Teutsch, J.D. former President of NHLAKES says in this publication's Forward: 

      • "Remember, maintaining a healthy waterfront is critical to the ecological, economical and aesthetic investments in your property and New Hampshire’s waterbodies."