Eco Story Hour for children and their caregivers
Tuesdays, 10:00 to 11:00
February 26, 2015 - Thursday
LSPA's Scientific Advisory Committee have recently published their research on freshwater lake topics
Drinking Water Hits the National Headlines
as Lake Erie's drinking water was overcome by algal growth.
Climate Change Already Having Profound Impacts on Lakes in Europe
Posted by Lisa Borre in Water Currents on July 21, 2014
LSPA's 2014 Love Your Lake Day & Antique Boat Parade
- Another Big Success!
A full house at LSPA listened as Dr.Jeff Foster made a presentation on the white-nose syndrome disease affecting the bat population.
LSPA has a new "Cyano Count" program for Lake Sunapee.
The Polar Vortex and the Jet Stream are behaving differently this season, bringing really weird weather to New Hampshire and beyond.
For those hoping for a season of ice-related recreation
Get Outdoors! LSPA has a new way for you and the kids in your life to explore your own backyard.
VT worries about "New" Aquatic Invasives
NH Supreme Court issues opinions on Wild Goose
NH Senate Bill 89 was recently signed by the governor. This bill protects our state’s loon population by increasing existing restrictions on the use and sale of toxic lead fishing sinkers and jigs weighing one ounce or less—still the largest known cause of New Hampshire adult loon mortality.
Lead Free Lakes – good for loons and people
There is a movement underway to make NH lakes lead-free.
LSPA (Lake Sunapee
Protective Association) is a non-profit environmental
educational organization founded in 1898 that works
year-round to maintain the quality of Lake Sunapee
and its watershed.