Shades of Blue with Mt. Washington in the Distance
Photo courtesy of Don Yurewicz
Do You Want to Volunteer?
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Patrol
Volunteers monitor shallow-water plants in the lake checking for the possible introduction of invasive species. We will help you get started. You’ll meet with a member from our team to learn how we patrol and what to look for in the lake. And we will provide guides to help you identify the plants and animals in the lake. It’s a great way to enjoy Conway Lake and you can feel good about playing an important role in keeping the lake healthy.
MORE PEOPLE ARE NEEDED FOR THIS IMPORTANT PROGRAM! TO VOLUNTEER CALL MARIA GROSS AT: 603-447-6068, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Water Quality Testing
Volunteers collect weekly water samples from the lake during the summer months and test them for clarity and content. Volunteers use their own boats for this. Water samples are also taken from tributaries semi-annually.
TO VOLUNTEER FOR LAKE SAMPLING CONTACT FRED GODBOLD: 603-447-4831.
TO VOLUNTEERS FOR STREAM SAMPLING CONTACT: BILL PETRY (781) 929-2021 or MARIA GROSS (603) 491-3107 (mobile) email@example.com.
Volunteers help to place, move and retrieve nesting and chick caution signs.
If you are interested in volunteering call RICK BLANK AT: 603-447-8826 (home) OR 617-877-8062 (mobile).