Events

  • May
    1
    4-6 pm at the Mill Brook Preserve. Remove invasive species and help the native plant populations on Squam Lake! It’s a big job and we need your help!
  • May
    9
    Removing invasives is hard work, but it can be great fun with a group of great volunteers! Join us for a fun morning (9:30-11:30am) of weed pulling at the SLA's most popular trailhead!
  • May
    14
    This project explores the relationship between climate and water quality in two central New Hampshire lakes. PSU's Center for the Environment is working with community partners, the Green Mountain Conservation Group and the Squam Lakes Association to conduct this important research.
  • May
    23
    It's time to celebrate the end of Maple and Mud and the very start of the warm season with an amazing meal of hot pancakes pancakes, coffee, fruit, bacon and all the fixins'! Stop in to reunite with friends, take a paddle and climb the rock wall. A great way to celebrate another summer season on Squam.
  • May
    25
    Get your scuba certification with the SLA's Conservation Interns and Dive Winnipesauke!
  • May
    30
    Join the SLA and the town of Moultonborough to learn more about invasive aquatic species and what you can do to help the effort to combat variable milfoil in Squam.
  • Jun
    2
    This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills needed to combat variable milfoil and other exotic aquatic plants in New Hampshire. You will learn about control methods and how to identify, document and safely and effectively remove and dispose of this and possibly other insidious weeds. THIS COURSE IS FREE FOR ALL NON-DIVERS
  • Jun
    13
    The Squam Lakes Association will host a Wilderness First Aid Training (WFA). Accidents in the backcountry happen. When someone gets hurt, sick, or lost would you know what to do? By learning a few basic skills, you can make the difference between a good outcome and a bad one-and maybe even save a life. Great for outing clubs and individuals who want to be prepared!
  • Jun
    13
    Join the SLA and the town of Moultonborough to learn more about invasive aquatic species and what you can do to help the effort to combat variable milfoil in Squam.
  • Jun
    17
    SLA Resource Center, 7-9pm. Greg DiSanto, Plymouth State University graduate student, has been diving into the decades of data generated from our water quality monitoring program. He'll discuss patterns and trends in our 35 year old data set.
  • Jun
    20
    Don't miss this! Squam Community Rowing will host a "Learn to Row" clinic coached by Kay MacDonald, former head of the US Olympic Development Team for scullers.
  • Jun
    20
    H2oooh Day! is a special day to celebrate water! Free for Science Center and Squam Lakes Association members. Meet aquatic animals such as mink, turtles, and osprey at Up Close to Animals presentations. See the River Otters get a special fishy treat! There will be an Aquatic Discovery Table showing how watersheds work other water related games and crafts. Plymouth State University will be there to talk about water issues, and the Squam Lakes Association will also be on hand to show how it monitors Squam Lake’s water quality. Take part in Workshops with Christine Destrempes of Art for Water. All this is included with trail admission!
  • Jun
    22
    From canoeing around Great Island, walking in the woods in search of Mt. Mexico and preparing for the first overnight of the season....
  • Jun
    30
    Canoe from Sandwich to SLA, hike in the Wilderness and walk the swamp...
  • Jul
    6
    Find Fletcher's Cascades, prepare for an off trail overnight and disover plants that grow at high elevation...
  • Jul
    11
    The SLA is excited to announce The Summertime Canoe Classic! This is a very approachable bass tournament experience with plenty of good natured sportsmanship to go around. This fishing series is all about the love of the lake, having a great time on the water and landing the big one. This is your opportunity to test your skills and introduce beginner anglers to the art and pleasure of recreational fishing.
  • Jul
    14
    Baker River paddle, Sugarloaf hike and a wilderness overnight...
  • Jul
    18
    The SLA is excited to announce The Summertime Canoe Classic! This is a very approachable bass tournament experience with plenty of good natured sportsmanship to go around. This fishing series is all about the love of the lake, having a great time on the water and landing the big one. This is your opportunity to test your skills and introduce beginner anglers to the art and pleasure of recreational fishing.
  • Jul
    18
    Join the SLA in locations all over Squam to hunt out potential invasive species.
  • Jul
    18
    Join the SLA in locations all over Squam to hunt out potential invasive species.
  • Jul
    20
    Lonesome Lake hike, fire ecology, and fly fishing...
  • Jul
    25
    The SLA is excited to announce The Summertime Canoe Classic! This is a very approachable bass tournament experience with plenty of good natured sportsmanship to go around. This fishing series is all about the love of the lake, having a great time on the water and landing the big one. This is your opportunity to test your skills and introduce beginner anglers to the art and pleasure of recreational fishing.
  • Jul
    27
    Find out how powerful water really is, paddle from Squaw Cove back to SLA and a hike up Mt. Major...
  • Aug
    3
    Find East and Little East Ponds, through-hike on the Old Mountain Trail, and discover Perch Pond...
  • Aug
    8
    The SLA is excited to announce The Summertime Canoe Classic! This is a very approachable bass tournament experience with plenty of good natured sportsmanship to go around. This fishing series is all about the love of the lake, having a great time on the water and landing the big one. This is your opportunity to test your skills and introduce beginner anglers to the art and pleasure of recreational fishing.
  • Aug
    13
    Do you have a piece of Squam you cherish and call your own? Interested in ensuring the land you love becomes part of a legacy that will be enjoyed for generations? Listen to the stories of how four local property owners did just that, and how you can too.
  • Sep
    13
    The 12.2 mile and 4.1 mile Squam Ridge Race / Family hike is a fundraising effort for the trail network around Squam.