Want to be a Lake Host on Ossipee Lake this year? Starting this week, you can apply for one of a handful of paid positions in which you will be on the front lines of one of Ossipee Lake’s most important environmental initiatives while spending time in the summer sun.
To learn more about the state’s stone walls, DES has launched a crowdsourced initiative to map every wall in the state. Through an interactive interface known as the New Hampshire Stone Wall Mapper, interested parties can map the plethora of walls from the state’s aerial imagery platform, including information about where a given structure is located and observations about the wall’s condition.
Camp director Jody Skelton and fellow “Hucksters” have been busy over the past year planning the camp’s 90th anniversary celebration, which takes place Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18. More than than 300 alumni campers, including June (Chick) Lowd of Center Ossipee, who was one of its first campers in 1929, will be attending.
A keg of aquatic species? It sounds like an article from The Onion, but a Minnesota brewery is using lake pests to create ale with an “exotic, invasive flavor.”
Two favorite hikes in the Ossipee Lake area are profiled in this post on the Hike NH online forum.