NEWTON/KINGSTON —NH LAKES presents “Joining Forces to Restore & Preserve the Health of Kingston and Newton’s Lakes & Ponds.”

Wondering how the health of our local lakes and ponds compares to other areas of the state? On Sat., June 10, Andrea LaMoreaux, NH LAKES President and Policy Advocate, will provide an overview of water quality trends in New Hampshire and how the lakes and ponds in Kingston and Newton compare. Then, she will take a deep dive into how the community can work together for clean and healthy lakes and ponds! Bring your ideas and questions!

Hosted by Country Pond Lake Association (CPLA), the presentation will start at 9:30 a.m. at the Kingston Community Library, 2 Library Lane. The presentation is open to the public, and anyone who enjoys fishing, swimming, or boating on our local lakes and ponds is encouraged to attend. CPLA will hold its annual meeting following the presentation.

Andrea LaMoreaux joined NH LAKES in February 2007 and brings a comprehensive understanding of how to effectively work with volunteers, the ecology and health of the state’s lakes, and protecting and improving lake health. She coordinated the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Volunteer Lake Assessment Program for six years before joining NH LAKES.

Andrea holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Environmental Management degree in Water Resources from Duke University.

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