Ossipee – July 26, 2011 — Ossipee Lake Alliance is co-sponsoring a presentation on the “State of the Lake” on Tuesday, August 9, from 4-6:30 p.m. at Ossipee Town Hall. The report and presentation have been prepared by Green Mountain Conservation Group and the meeting is open to the public.
Included in the presentation will be an overview of state lake issues prepared by the N.H. Lakes Association, and a report on local water quality monitoring. The local town conservation groups will report on the treatment of invasive variable milfoil in the lake, and specialists from the Forest Society and Plymouth State University will outline a Watershed Management Plan for the Ossipee Lake Watershed.
For additional information, phone (603) 539-1859.
Thanks for this. Is there any room for discussion on management or our serious situation of Geese infestation? The amount of Goose droppings must be serious enough to cause some health concerns in the water, not to mention the individual land issues.
Thanks for bringing this up, Sue!
Hope this issue finally gets some attention before it’s too late and the beaches become unuseable because of health issues. We need to solve this problem before the geese population gets to a level where the problem becomes unsolveable.
very good point. i have noticed a 3X increase in geese popultion in my area over the past two years…