Community Roadside Cleanup

Community Roadside Cleanup

Please join us for Our Annual Merrymeeting Lake Community Roadside Cleanup! Enjoy the beautiful weather, greet neighbors and participate in the lake community annual roadside cleanup on Sunday, May 24, 2020, at 9:00 am (Memorial Day Weekend). For everyone’s well-being, we will organize differently this year and practice social distancing while having fun and protecting […]

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Merrymeeting Lake Association Annual Meeting & Birch Ridge Community Forest Celebration

Saturday, July 13, 2019New Durham Elementary School MMLA Annual Meeting starts at 8:30am with Coffee and pastries. Business part of the meeting from 9:00 – 9:45am Year in review and presentation of proposed board for 2019 -2020 At 10:00am, a special celebration to commemorate the purchase of the Birch Ridge 2,000+ acres for conservation forever! […]

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Merrymeeting Watershed Management Plan to be presented on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

The environmental consultants, Forrest Bell Environmental Associates, will be making a presentation for the public on the status of the Merrymeeting Watershed including Merrymeeting Lake and all rivers and streams merging with the Merrymeeting River between the Merrymeeting Lake and Lake Winnipesaukee. This meeting will address recurrent blooms of cyanobacteria seen in both New Durham […]

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Join Us for the Annual Merrymeeting Lake Community Roadside Cleanup!

Last year’s roadside cleanup was a tremendous success, with nearly 50 volunteers participating and collecting more than 20 bags of trash! Bring your family/friends and neighbors to participate in the MMLA Annual Roadside Cleanup on Sunday, May 26, 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend). Please join us at 9:00 a.m. at Meetinghouse/Cove Cottages for complimentary coffee and […]

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We’ve Reached Our Goal to Save Birch Ridge!!!

 Dear Lake Neighbors, I am thrilled to share with you that last Friday the Birch Ridge Community Forest was officially awarded a $350,000 grant from the highly competitive Land and Community Heritage Investment Program! With this award, and a recent grant from the NH Department of Environmental Service’s Aquatic Resources Mitigation Fund, the fundraising goal of […]

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