Wind Development

One of the biggest issues in our watershed. Learn more about the benefits, threats and proposed developments for Wind Power.

Stormwater Management
If you have continuous problems with erosion of loss of beach we have some solutions.

Explore Grey Rocks!
This reclaimed area allows the public to access the lake with a non-motorized boat launch and hiking trails on the north end of the lake

Year-Round Activities in the Watershed
Have some free time? Explore the Newfound Watershed!!

Volunteer for NLRA

We are ALWAYS looking for more reliable volunteers for help with our work. The opportunities are fun AND you get to protect the place you love.

Information on Our Watershed

We consistently produce research to help us do what's best for Newfound. We've compiled some very interesting materials for you.

Become a Member!

Your support can go a long way! Feel confident that your watershed will continue to thrive with contributions to NLRA.

Newfound Lake Region Association

 
Grey Rocks Trail Planning is underway with initial walkthroughs and material gathering already underway. We would like to thank Camp Pasquaney and Camp Onaway for offering support for our efforts through financial contributions and camp staff labor hours. This project was also supported through significant grant funds from the Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership (http://www.q2cpartnership.org/). If you would also like to contribute to this project please consider buying a board on one of the bridges included in trail plans. This includes up to 25 characters that you would like to appear on the board. Visit the Grey Rocks page on this website for more information.

The NLRA is presenting land conservation priorities in the Newfound Watershed to the surrounding town Planning Boards over the coming months. This current, critical and fascinating information was prepared by Dan Sundquist of Greenfire GIS for the NLRA as part of the Newfound Watershed Master Plan. The presentation identifies some of the watershed’s most critical habitat and projected development patterns over the next 30 years.  

For access to our mapping resources:
Greenfire GIS Full Report 
Summary Presentation
And our Maps Page


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The Newfound Lake Region Association's mission is to protect Newfound Lake and its watershed.

The Association - through education, programs and collaboration - promotes conservation and preservation of the region's natural, social and economic resources

The Newfound Lake Region Association strives to be an integral and useful part of our watershed community. It takes more than a village to address our present challenges – it takes all the villages!.
 

Upcoming Events

Lake Hosting Begins at Wellington State Park!
05-30-2015 9:00 am
Wellington State Park
Family Fishing Day
06-27-2015 9:00 am
Grey Rocks Conservation Area
NLRA Boat Parade
07-04-2015 12:00 am
Lake Week (Beginning July 19th)
07-19-2015 12:00 am
The Common Loon – Ongoing Recovery for a New Hampshire Icon
07-23-2015 6:30 pm
Minot Sleeper Library
Hebron Fair
07-25-2015 12:00 am
Hebron Village Green