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​​​​KLPA News & Events

~ NH Lakes Lake Congress Save the date for the 2024 Lakes Congress: June 6, 2024. Lakes Congress is NH Lakes’ annual education, training, and networking event. Learn more about the event and read all of the presentations from the 2023 Congress on the NH Lakes website.

~ Boat Parade, July 4, 4:00 pm
Theme “Invasive Species.” Followed by BYO drinks and appetizers at the beach.
View the boat parade flyer.

~ KLPA Annual Meeting, July 13, 9:00 am
First Free Will Baptist Church
Guest Speaker: Caroline Hughes, Loon Preservation Committee

~ YMCA Swim Lessons, July 22–August 2
Wadleigh State Park. Register at Scholarships available from KLPA, email for more information.
View the swim lesson flyer.

~ Annual Picnic, August 11, 1:00 pm
Wadleigh State Park Boat House

~ NH Lakes Press Release The Kezar Lake Protective Association earns the first NH LAKES LakeSmart Community Award.

~ The latest NHACC Legislative Update includes two proposed laws relating to NH wetlands: HB1121 (relative to creating certain wetlands permit exemptions after a natural disaster or flooding event) and HB 1208 (relative to permitting requirements before timber harvesting operations in a wetland.).

KLPA Annual Meeting Minutes A summary of the July 2023 annual meeting, which included presentations on cyanobacteria blooms in New Hampshire lakes, the New Hampshire Instream Flow Program, the Clean Water State Revolving Fund, and more.

~ LakeSmart Program For anyone living anywhere in the Kezar Lake watershed (not just on the lake itself), this program provides free property evaluations. Learn more about how we affect our watershed and what easy steps you can take to help keep our lake healthy. Start here with a simple survey.
(Participation in LakeSmart also helps with our application for a Federal 604(b) grant.)

~ NH LAKES assists protective associations with the Lake Host Charitable Giving Program. Read more about the program and donate online to support our hosts (be sure to select ‟Kezar Lake Protective Associationˮ).

~ Colby-Sawyer Collegeʼs Study of Kezar Lake and its Watershed: Read the final report here. This ambitious year-long project will continue with ongoing data collection and analysis to track the lakeʼs water quality. The classʼs community outreach measures are documented as well for all to read.

Presidentʼs Corner

Welcome to Kezar Lake... 


...and to Kezar Lake Protective Association’s website, which will inform you about most anything you care to know, from our lake’s resilient history to exciting ongoing events.

Please read my May 2024 letter!

Lynn Wittman

“Madame President”

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