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.

22Jul 2023

LKWA Welcomes New Board Members! 

July 22, 2023|Categories: News|

 Joining returning board members Kirk Meloney, Jane Nash, Tim Baker, Colette Cooke, Lisa Hutchinson and Chris Wallace are our 4 newest members.  Eileen Ehman has joined the board as a [...]

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