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NEWS FROM THE WATERSHED
Ice-Out! Ice-Out was called at 6:30 PM last Friday, March 27th. A stiff northwest breeze chewed up the last remaining ice in the central part of Megunticook Lake and I could navigate the patrol boat from the dams to the Ken Bailey Bridge (the definition of Ice-Out on...
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The cold, snow, then rain patterns over the winter made for a long tough winter. We did not have any large snow events. Six inches was about the max with even less in downtown Camden. Most of the snow storms ended with rain. Driveways were coated with ice many...
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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.