The SLA has been actively managing aquatic invasive species since variable milfoil was first found in Squam back in 2000. We've logged many thousands of hours removing countless gallons of milfoil, and are seeing real progress. But we need help! We are staying ahead of this issue by constantly removing it from the lakes. This leaves little time to go hunt down new infestations.
Join us for a couple hours on Saturday mornings in June, July and August for a great time out on the Squam Lakes. You’ll head out with an expert from our conservation team and learn what to look for under the water. It’s a great way to enjoy Squam and you can feel good about playing an important role in keeping the ecosystem healthy.
Join our Weed Watcher crew!
Folks can weed watch while snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, or while on a motor boat. Gather some family, friends and neighbors together and we’ll come to you! Help us protect your favorite part of the lake.
Please contact Adel Barnes, SLA Outreach and Communications Coordinator, if you are interested in becoming a trained Weed Watcher!