Megunticook Watershed Association

Promoting Education and Preservation.
  • SWIMMING ADVISORIES:

No Swim Advisories are in effect as of Sept 30, 2017. No more testing is planned until the spring of 2018.
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NEWS FROM THE WATERSHED

Warden’s Report- November ’17

Megunticook Watershed Warden’s Report- November, 2018 Well the numbers are out, this fall was warm. According to the Weather Channel it was the fifth warmest fall (Sept.-Nov.) in New England. The #1 hotspot was Burlington Vt. where the average high was 54.4°; #2 was...

Storm Report

Storm Damage Report- October 30 2017 The Megunticook Watershed was hit with heavy winds and rain early Monday morning. There is lots of tree damage around the Watershed. The conditions are still far from good and road are closed or down to one lane. On Rt. 235, 4 or 5...

Native Seed Sowing Hands-On Workshop, Oct 28 10 – 11:30am

Sheepscot General Farm & Store 98 Town House Rd in Whitefield  Stay for lunch in the cafe! Presenter: Heather McCargo, Wild Seed Project  Fee: $20 Wild Seed Project members; $30 non-members (includes all materials) Growing natives from seed is a great way to...

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Megunticook Watershed Warden’s Report- November, 2018 go to
http://www.megunticook.org/wardens-report/
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Storm Damage Report- October 30 2017

The Megunticook Watershed was hit with heavy winds and rain early Monday morning. There is lots of tree damage around the Watershed. The conditions are still far from good and road are closed or down to one lane. On Rt. 235, 4 or 5 homes have wires hanging after being ripped off the house. Power is out most everywhere outside of downtown Camden. As of 4:00 PM CMP reported that almost all of Lincolnville and Hope was without power and in Camden most roads in the watershed were without power. Statewide, CMP and Emera Maine report about a half a million households without power. Power restoration will be measured in days not hours.
The patrol boat was hauled for the storm but I will launch it tomorrow and tour the lake and pond. I will also drive camp roads and notify owners if there is any damage. So, if you’re here in Maine, stay safe!

Dale Dougherty Megunticook Lake Patrol
PS- Lovely Sunset Tonite!
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November Firearms Season starts tomorrow at 6:38 AM (1/2 hour before sunrise) and goes to Nov. 25. Hunting is allowed around Megunticook Lake and Norton Pond after September 30.

Check out www.megunticook.org for more pics and Upcoming Events around the Watershed.
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The Megunticook River level has reportedly risen 4 inches overnight thanks to repairs on the Seabright Dam. Divers from Waterworks Diving completed the repair on Thursday, October 12. We hope to conti...

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WHO ARE WE?

Founded for educational, recreational, scientific and agricultural purposes, the Megunticook Watershed Association is devoted to environmental preservation and improvement. We’re hard at work to maintain and better the quality of the Megunticook Lake, Megunticook River, Norton Pond, Moody Pond and their feeder streams in Knox and Waldo counties.

WHY BECOME A MEMBER?

Anyone who has spent time in the watershed can appreciate all the beauty and recreation that we are so fortunate to have before us and experience. We ALL have a vested interest in fostering stewardship of our beloved waterways, whether it is Megunticook Lake, Norton Pond or the Megunticook River.

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Megunticook Watershed Assocation

We count on the support of our members to continue our work. If you enjoy the Megunticook Watershed please consider becoming a member. Thank you.

© 2017 Megunticook Watershed Association

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