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

Library Talk- Climate Change, Heating Costs, and Maine, January 22

Climate Change, Heating Costs, and Maine, with Paul Kando Monday, January 22 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm If we thought that climate change meant gradual warming of all locations across the planet, we’ve just been treated to a rude awakening: The eastern half of the...

Camden Library- Talk to reveal land-use history of Midcoast Jan. 23

Forests, Farms and the Sea: Midcoast Maine’s Mountains 19th century to the Present Tuesday, January 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Explore the land-use history of Midoast Maine with Lloyd Irland and Ken Lausten, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23, at the Camden Public Library,...

Warden’s Report- January Thaw

Here are a couple of videos and some pics from around the watershed last week.  The January Thaw brought temperatures in the 50s and well over 3″ of rain. Most of our snowpack ended up in the streams, rivers, ponds and lakes in 24 hours. Megunticook Lake is now...

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Blizzard warnings for the Watershed from noon today 'til 0400h tomorrow. Be careful folks! Here's a link to a cool video of Megunticook Lake done by local videographer Terry Boivin:
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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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