2014 Lakes Congress Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!


  • Quick Facts:
    What: 2014 Lakes Congress – New Hampshire Lakes Association’s annual educational & networking event
    When: Friday, June 27, 2014
    Where: Church Landing at Mills Falls, Meredith, NH
    For More Information: Click here.
    To Register: Click here.
    To Exhibit: Email alamoreaux@nhlakes.org or call 603.226.0299

The New Hampshire Lakes Association (NH LAKES) cordially invites you to attend the 2014 Lakes Congress! This annual educational conference and networking event will be held on Friday, June 27, 2014, at Church Landing at Mills Falls in Meredith along the shoreline of beautiful Meredith Bay.

The theme of the 2014 Lakes Congress is “Holistic Lake Management & Protection.” By fostering an approach that integrates lake and watershed management, pollution prevention and remediation, and education and advocacy, and that engages and builds the capacity of stakeholder groups, we will build a community of stewards that will pass New Hampshire’s lakes on to future generations in better condition than they were inherited.

Attendees can choose among 18 sessions organized within five topic tracks. These tracks are: Lake Education; Lake Advocacy; Lake & Watershed Management; Association Management; and Ask the Tax & Nonprofit Organization Policy Expert. For session descriptions, click here.

The 2014 Lakes Congress will also feature many returning and new exhibitors, including Environmental Canine Services’ pollution-sniffing dogs!

Early bird registration for the 2014 Lakes Congress ends at midnight on Sunday, June 1, so don’t delay—REGISTER TODAY!

Thank you, in advance, for helping spread the word about the 2014 Lakes Congress by forwarding this information to all who might be interested!

And, special thanks to 2014 Lakes Congress sponsors by GZA Environmental and New England Milfoil.

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