Evie Conroy by email or by phone at 764-9079
NH Lakes Association about the statewide Lake Host program.
Lake Host Program at Lake Armington
The Lake Host Program at Lake Armington is part of a statewide
prevention program through NH Lakes Association to combat the
spread of aquatic invasive species, including milfoil and zebra
Why Lake Host?
To protect this beautiful lake for future enjoyment. Invasive species cling to boats, kayaks and gear, traveling from
contaminated lakes/rivers to infest clean bodies of water, like
invasive species take hold they grow rapidly and permanently
damage a formerly pristine body of water. Eradication is very
costly, just ask property owners on lakes nearby (see list
below). Prevention is the key.
What Lake Hosts Do
Lake Hosts greet boaters at public boat launches and inspect
boats, boat trailers and other watercraft. Lake Hosts are at
Lake Armington's public boat launch at peak times
When Lake Hosts are not available, a
Handout and information on infested water bodies is at
the public boat launch.
Check your power boat and trailer, kayak/canoe/rowboat,
and sports gear for aquatic invasive species before launching
from your dock, private launch site or public boat launch. See
more on NH's Clean/Drain/Dry practices at
rivers nearby are infested with aquatic invasive weeds:
||Thetford & W. Fairlee VT
Complete Lists of Infested Water Bodies in NH and VT
Infested Water Bodies in NH
Infested Water Bodies in VT
Looking South through the Narrows
Lake Host Program is a state-wide program administered by NH
The Lake Armington Lake
Host program receives a grant from NH
Lakes Association for paid Lake Host time that must be matched with
volunteer hours. The Town of Piermont provides $150 a year
for Lake Armington's Lake Host program.
Your contributions are the
largest funding source.
Lake Armington's Lake Host program could not exist without
the generous annual contributions from Lake Armington
Association members and friends of the lake.
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