Events

  • Jul
    19
    Please add your feedback to the following vision statement presented by the Squam Watershed Plan Steering Committee: "The Squam Lakes Watershed is a unique and special place with clean water; a healthy ecosystem; a vibrant and supportive economy; sustainable land uses and development; and access for all in a manner that respects the carrying capacity of the watershed."
  • Sep
    2
    Join the Squam Lakes Conservation Society throughout the summer as they support native plant populations through invasive species removal. It's a tough, but fun and important job!
  • Sep
    11
    The 12.2 mile and 4.1 mile Squam Ridge Race / Family hike is a fundraising effort for the trail network around Squam.
  • Sep
    11
    Squam Ridge Race a competitive rugged trail race, a fundraising hike, and family event all rolled into one. Two course options; 12 mile and 4 mile.
  • Sep
    14
    The Center for the Environment announces speakers for the Fall 2016 Environmental Science Colloquium. The Colloquium series is for students, faculty, and the public and we invite all to come hear the latest on environmental science topics of interest to our region. The Colloquium presentations are held at 4-5 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001. We look forward to seeing you! For more information, please contact June Hammond Rowan.
  • Oct
    4
    THEY are out there…THEY are taking over…and slowly, but surely THEY are choking out all that is near and dear to us. NO, not aliens, but terrestrial invasive plant species. Come learn which plants are which, how to remove them and how to make sure they stay removed.
  • Oct
    7
    Join the Squam Lakes Conservation Society throughout the summer as they support native plant populations through invasive species removal. It's a tough, but fun and important job!