. . . the Lake Wentworth Foundation and the Lake Wentworth Association have merged to create the Wentworth Watershed Association. The mission of the new organization is to protect and preserve the community, natural resources, water quality and scenic beauty of the … Continue reading
The Lake Wentworth Foundation has launched a major conservation initiative to protect 191 acres at the headwaters of Warren Brook, a significant tributary that feeds Lake Wentworth, the Smith River, Crescent Lake, and Lake Winnipesaukee. The Warren Brook Campaign seeks … Continue reading
Implementation of the Wentworth/Crescent Watershed Management Plan is taking another step forward as project organizers begin an effort to protect Fernald Brook, one of the largest tributaries to Lake Wentworth, from the effects of stormwater runoff.
Officials from the Lake Wentworth Foundation, the Town of Wolfeboro, and the project’s lead engineering firm, Tighe and Bond, dug a series of test pits on April 13 behind Auto Care Plus (formerly Trites Automotive and Miller Chevrolet) to determine how best to capture storm runoff from the parking areas that cover the property. During rainstorms and snow melt, water flows across the lots and towards Fernald Brook, bringing with it the potential for sand and contaminants from nearby roads to reach the stream.Continue reading
The Lake Wentworth Foundation has appointed Robert Cole as their Interim Executive Director. Cole moves from his role as a Foundation trustee, where he served on the Development and Nominating & Governance Committees. The Foundation enters its 20th year side-by-side … Continue reading
The Lake Wentworth Foundation made its debut appearance in Wolfeboro’s annual Festival of Trees this year at the Wright Museum. The event features elaborately decorated trees from more than five dozen civic organizations and businesses throughout the Wolfeboro community. This year … Continue reading