2015 Hunting Season Information

Hunting season is upon on us. It is hard to believe that September is already here and the kiddo’s are back in school. Going forward the lake and pond will change a little of each passing day, docks and boats will slowly start to disappear and before long we...

Rescued fawn doing well

  Lincolnville resident and Megunticook Watershed Association Member Kate Cole had heard the bleating for over a day. She had seen the female (doe) deer and knew a young fawn must be nearby. When the bleating continued, coming from the same spot, Kate went to...

History of the Megunticook Watershed Association

On September 23, 1969, after filing papers with the Knox County Registry of Deeds, the Megunticook Lake Association became a legal entity. This was after an organizational meeting on August 27, 1969 that was held at the Legion Hall in Camden.    The official filing...

Staying strong through member support

As we end our fiscal year, we have nearly 317 paid members. Our recent membership drive has already added many new members to the MWA family for the 2010-2011 fiscal year that ended on April 30.    On behalf of the board of directors, I thank all of you for joining ,...