Volunteer Opportunities at LSPA 

Invasive Watch Program 

Help us keep an eye out for any signs of invasive species in Lake Sunapee. Click here for more information about this program or contact us.


Help us keep track of cyanobacteria blooms in Lake Sunapee. Click here for more information about this program or contact us.


Assist a Lake Host during the summer season. Lake Hosts greet visiting boaters at five public boat launches around Lake Sunapee and perform courtesy boat inspections to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Click here for more information about this program. Contact us if you are interested in volunteering for this program.

Serve on a Committee

  • Education

  • Learning Center

  • Watershed

  • Landscaping

  • Communications

  • Loons

  • Aquatic Invasives

  • Love Your Lake Day


We occasionally need divers to assist in areas such as invasive species surveying and checking the mooring anchor of the water quality buoy. Contact us for more information.


We sometimes need assistance with projects such as maintaining/repairing the lighthouse lighting systems and the communication system between the LSPA Buoy and our main computer server.  Contact us for more information.


A water monitor takes periodic water quality samples from designated tributary locations in the Lake Sunapee watershed. Samples are taken to a laboratory certified by the NH Department of Environmental Services (DES) and jointly operated by LSPA and Colby Sawyer College.

Currently we do not need any volunteers for this program.