Register for the 2013 Lakes Congress – time is running out!

Learn about how you can help prevent the spread of Asian clams – one of the latest nuisance species that is threatening our waters – and find out if they have already snuck into your favorite lake or river…

Join the “Let’s Get the Lead Out, NH!” campaign and pick up a toolkit for your association to help get the lead out of fishing…

Ask the ‘Experts’ all of your nonprofit management, marketing, charitable contribution, and conflict resolution questions…

Learn how to collect water quality samples, take in the sights and visit the loons of Pleasant Lake, or go on a guided tour of lake-friendly landscaping projects protecting Messer Pond…

All this and much, much more will be happening at the 2013 Lakes Congress – HAVE YOU REGISTERED YET?

This 20th annual educational and networking event will be held on Friday, June 21, at Colby-Sawyer College in New London in the heart of the Lake Sunapee Region.

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Space is limited – register today!

If you love a lake or river, volunteer for a lake or river, or would like to volunteer, you won’t want to miss this event!

P.S. Save $5 by registering by Thursday, June 6 – the last day for early bird registration!

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