Megunticook Watershed Association

Promoting Education and Preservation.

 

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Testing is concluded for 2018
To see bacteria sampling data click here.

NEWS FROM THE WATERSHED

Spring Plant Sale & Fair at Union Fairgrounds

Spring Plant Sale & Fair at Union Fairgrounds Saturday, May 4 from 9am – 2pm Sunday, May 5 from 10am – 1pm The Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District Spring Plant Sale & Garden Fair will be held at the Union Fairgrounds Saturday, May 4...

Ice-Out!

Spring has sprung folks. Peepers are out, loons are back, and we have a 2019 Ice-Out Contest winner. A stiff northwest breeze last Tuesday chewed up the remaining ice on Megunticook Lake and Ice-Out was declared at 4:30 PM, April 16th. Aaaannnd the winner is? Meredith...

2019 Ice Out Contest

The Megunticook Lake Watershed Association is once again sponsoring an “Ice Out” contest.  The person who guesses closest to date and time the ice goes out on Megunticook Lake will win a $100.00 gift certificate from Maine Sport and a year’s subscription to the Camden...

Free Fishing Weekend

Love to fish in Maine? Free fishing weekend is just around the corner and is the perfect time to introduce someone new to the sport! Free Fishing Weekend is Saturday, February 16 and Sunday, February 17! During free fishing weekend, any person may fish for free...

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2019 Knox-Lincoln Plant Sale Catalog is Here and there is still plenty of time to pre-order!
--Spring Plant Sale & Pre-Order Pick-up:
May 4 & 5 at Union Fairgrounds
Pre-order by Apr 22 for pick-up at the Sale

As always, our great selection of
--Fruit Trees & Berries
--Native Trees, Shrubs & Perennials
Great plants at great prices!

Order now for best selection:
--Order online: www.knox-lincoln.org/online-plant-catalog
--Download catalog: bit.ly/2019PlantCatalog
--Request catalog by USPS: www.knox-lincoln.org/get-catalog

Think spring - and see you in May!

Questions? hildy@knox-lincoln.org or 596-2040
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It is easiest to see browntail moth winter webs when the sun is out. with the sun behind you, scan the tops of hardwood trees and shrubs for bright white silk that ties each web to the host trees. Clip and destroy any webs within reach as soon as possible. The Maine Forest Service has been collaborating with Dr. Eleanor Groden at the University of Maine on research into the management of browntail moth.

You can find information about those efforts here: https://sbe.umaine.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/92/2019/04/BTM-March-2019.pdf.
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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.

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