Lake Hosts will greeting boaters with milfoil prevention inspections all summer at local ramps thanks to the Tri-Town Lake Host Program, which has arranged for funding to ensure coverage through Labor Day.
Boaters whose vessels are registered outside New Hampshire will now have to pay $20 annually to use state waters. Revenue generated from the sale of the $20 decals will go to the state’s Lake Restoration and Preservation Fund. The decal law is the first major piece of legislation in a decade designed to increase state funding for milfoil control.
Liz O’Donnell lives in Nevada but has strong ties to Danforth Pond, a place she says inspired her to seek a career at the activist outdoor clothing giant. For six weeks this summer, she’ll be back on the lake to work with the Alliance.
It’s always a joy when the hummingbirds return just before summer. Weighing a little more than several dimes stacked together, a hummer is about as small as an animal can be and remain endothermic, which means warm-blooded in biologists’ terms. That makes them particularly vulnerable to climate change.
Westward Shores’ owner Northgate Resorts is currently in two state courtrooms over zoning issues at its New Hampshire campgrounds. In addition to the local class action lawsuit filed against it by Westward Shores campers in Carroll County Superior Court, the Michigan-based business’s dispute with the Town of Milton over a proposed expansion of MiTeJo Campground reached the Supreme Court earlier this month.