At this years annual meeting, members of the Silver Lake Land Trust outlined a crucial project involving the purchase of a conservation easement on a large parcel of land on the east side of Silver Lake.
For more information and ways to donate, view the Eastside Easement Brochure.
Donate to the Harris Center by September 15 to protect forever this land and the Silver Lake and Child’s Bog watershed. Donations will be accepted online, via phone, or by check.
Why do you read the Silver Lake Association newsletter? A history lesson? Neighborly updates? Looking for your next volunteer opportunity? Regardless, the 2015 edition of the Silver Lake Association newsletter has it all. Click here to read.
The lake association is seeking high school or college aged young people (17 years or older) to act as Lake Hosts at the Silver Lake boat launch this Summer. The schedule includes hours on weekends when boat traffic is at its peak. Full training for this role will be offered by the NH Lakes Association.
Should you or anyone you know be interested in playing a pivotal role in the water quality of our lake please contact Judy Putnam directly.
NH LAKES hosts its annual Lakes Congress each spring. During this all-day educational, training, and networking event, lake and other natural resource stewards, lake management professionals, lake-related businesses, and municipal and political leaders exchange information, ideas and experiences and introduce new approaches to help manage and protect our lakes and their watersheds.
For more information and registration visit nhlakes.org or click here.
The NH Department of Fish & Game has updated its list of depth maps for many New Hampshire lakes and ponds. Check out the Silver Lake map, or the full list.