“Tenders” will help keep milfoil fragments from flowing down the Ossipee River when professional divers remove an infestation in Berry Bay.
Ossipee Lake Alliance will present Chris Schadler, the representative for Project Coyote in New Hampshire and Vermont, as part of the Freedom Old Home Week activities. Ms. Schadler, a wild canine ecologist, will present “The Eastern Coyote” at Freedom Town Hall on Elm Street in the center of Freedom at 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 3rd. The event is free and open to the public.
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.
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 project, led by a graduate student, will examine water quality and its relationship with climate and weather events.