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CYANOBACTERIA YELLOW ALERT

 

“The LKWA Advisory Board is trying to keep all informed with our ongoing cyanobacteria issue.
We have put up yellow Alert signs around the main roads to inform people of the situation as it unfolds. Unfortunately a few signs have gone missing; we don’t think they’re walking away on their own. Please leave the signs alone as they serve as a warning to all residents and visitors about the situation on the lake. Thank you.”

 

We have received and observed reports at various locations on the lake of suspected bloom conditions. These have been sampled and will be sent ASAP to NH DES for analysis. Please avoid any water that has green specs or scum present. We will keep you informed as we know more.

 

July 24, 2021|Categories: News|

Concert in Cove!!! This Saturday July 31!!!!!

CONCERT IN THE COVE IS THIS  SATURDAY JULY 31 FROM 4- 6 PM!!!

 

 

July 7, 2021|Categories: News|

Established to promote the conservation of the quality of the environment of the area in the watershed of Lake Kanasatka, including the conservation of the natural resources of the land, water, marshland, woodland and open spaces, as well as the plant and animal life therein, and the protection of the water quality of Lake Kanasatka and its tributaries against pollution.

Friends of Lake Kanasatka, organized by Lake Kanasatka

As mentioned on our Facebook page, the Lake Kanasatka Watershed Association is taking donations in the name of one of our founders, Ted Hilton, to raise funds for a Water Management Plan. This plan will preserve the ecology of the lake, protect its wildlife, ensure the water quality, and keep Kanasatka pristine for generations to come.

You can make a secure online donation at:

gofund.me/8a3a9ea9

or mail your check to LKWA, PO Box 774, Center Harbor, NH 03226.

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