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Join Us! LRWA Annual Meeting & Volunteer Recognition, Friday October 21 6-9 pm, Lee Grange Hall, 1 Lee Hook Road in Lee. Doors open 6 pm. Dinner at 6:30 pm. Program at 7 pm. Enjoy our famous spaghetti and meatball dinner and enjoy a great program by Cameron Wake, Research Professor, Climatology and Glaciology, UNH. Dr. Wake has world-wide knowledge of the rapid climate fluctuations and has mapped the flood lines for the Lamprey River watershed accounting for more extreme conditions ahead. His most recent work projects economic impact of the new “normal”. Don’t miss this! Dinner and program $15/pp or $25 for two. Please register by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagine A Day Without Water!!!
Imagine a how difficult it is to not have access to not only clean water but any water at all! Some NH wells are going dry with this intense and prolonged drought. How can you save water? Download our tips.
Reflections on a River – 30 Years of Protecting the Lamprey River
See how our story began and view other videos on our YouTube channel.
The Lamprey River Watershed Association (LRWA) was formed in 1983 to promote the restoration, conservation, wise development and use of the natural resources of the Lamprey River Watershed. Conserving fish and wildlife, forests, soil and water resources along with pollution abatement are key goals of the Association. Through education and research, the LRWA will work to increase the understanding among citizens about the importance of water and land conservation in the watershed.
The Lamprey River Watershed Association works in partnership with other conservation organizations and citizen groups to maintain or improve the natural health and beauty of the watershed. The Lamprey Watershed Association, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization.
LRWA Board of Directors – meetings are on the third Monday of each month at 7 pm at the Lee Safety Complex. Public welcome. Prospective board members encouraged to contact LRWA at 659-9363. All skills can be put to good use helping to make our watershed sustainable!