Category Archives: Don’t Miss Event

YMCA Camp Huckins 2017 – August CITs (counselors in training) helped protect the water quality of Broad Bay by installing infiltration trenches around one of their camp buildings yesterday.  Under the guidance of Corey Lane, Green Mountain Conservation Group Program Director, these young women showed up during their free time to dig out an area about […]

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May 2017 – Students from eight classrooms in six schools across the Ossipee Watershed participated in Ground Water Education through Water Evaluation and Testing (GET WET!) facilitated by Green Mountain Conservation Group’s Education Coordinator, Dr. Karen Deighan. Sandwich Central School, Freedom Elementary School, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Ossipee Central School, K.A. Brett School and Molly Ockett […]

The Soak Up the Rain NH program is excited to share the 2016 update to the New Hampshire Homeowner’s Guide to Stormwater Management just in time for your spring landscaping projects! Check it out HERE and let us know what you think! Questions? Contact Lisa Loosigian at

20th Anniversary Annual Meeting  Celebrating Natural Resource Conservation in the Ossipee Watershed March 3, 2018, Province Lake Golf Course An entertaining event with keynote speaker Ellen Snyder, Wildlife Biologist (including hors d’ouevres and grazing stations, cash bar, silent auction, and raffle items) Read More….. Suggested Donation: $25/pp Purchase tickets with credit/debit card on-line here or […]

Designed by the Effingham 5th grade in 2014 the reusable shopping bag sells for a $15 donation (includes shipping) This handy sturdy nylon bag folds into itself for easy storage in your car, briefcase or backpack. Select “Buy Now” below to purchase with PayPal, credit, or debit card or call 603-539-1859 or email us at […]

  What types of fish? All legal types and sizes of fish are needed with a lean toward the types of fish that most people are eating. Submit the whole fish or just a ¼ inch sample if you want to eat the rest but call for instructions if just taking a sample. When? Through […]

Read all about the celebration for the 20th anniversary annual meeting, new membership benefit campaign, Ossipee Aquifer Advisory Committee direction, Less Plastic Day at Kingswood Regional High School and how the students are making a difference,  and a whole lot more….. Click Here for the Fall Newsletter