Saturday, October 14th--9:30am-3:00pm
The SLA had a successful year managing trails, instilling conservation through summer youth programs, battling invasive milfoil, and protecting the Squam Lakes and surrounding watershed through many conservation efforts. It’s been a very busy season and volunteers can help the SLA finish up by spending a beautiful autumn day tackling some end of the year to-dos! This will be a fun-filled day of SLA mission work, and a chance to connect with the lake and Squam community one last time before winter.
The day will commence at 9:30am with coffee, apple cider, and donuts and lunch will be served at mid-day for all volunteers. Volunteers going out on the lake will pack a lunch provided by the SLA before they head out. There are a variety of activities to sign up for such as dock removal, trail maintenance, yard work, campsite cleanup, or swim-line removal. There will also be light indoor work to do such as helping with the annual appeal mailing over refreshments and conversation.
Bring a friend, or bring the whole family and don't forget your work gloves!
The Squam Lakes Association is a non-profit organization established in 1904 and for over 100 years has been working to protect and conserve the natural beauty, peaceful character, and resources of the Squam watershed. In collaboration with local and state partners, the SLA promotes the protection, careful use and shared enjoyment of the lakes, mountains, forests, open spaces and wildlife of the Squam Lakes region.