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At the 2022 annual meeting, Bob Gogolen mentioned that NH Lakes offers something called the Lake Smart Program, which will come to your property to analyze how lake-friendly your property is and provide an evaluation report. If there are actions … Continue reading
Since the weather is predicted to have zero chance of rain, we will be holding the annual meeting at Brantwood Camp on Saturday morning as planned.
Please find below a link to the 2022 Annual Report of the Silver Lake Land Trust; click the image below to open it.
Please join us for the Silver Lake Land Trust Annual Meeting at 10 a.m., Saturday, August 13, 2022 at Brantwood Camp, Breed Pond Road, Nelson. We welcome all SLLT Members and non-members to join us. This year we have no … Continue reading
Please find below a link to the 2021 Annual Report of the Silver Lake Land Trust; click the image below to open it.
The Board of Trustees is proposing a couple of changes to the By-Laws of the SLLT to be voted on by Members at the Annual Meeting on August 7. At the start of the pandemic last year the Board had … Continue reading
Please join us for the Silver Lake Land Trust Annual Meeting at 10 a.m., Saturday, August 7, 2021 at Brantwood Camp, Breed Pond Road, Nelson. We welcome all SLLT Members and non-members to join us. This year’s speaker will be … Continue reading
The Harrisville Select Board voted to limit parking at the public boat launch at Stoney Beach to 31 parking spaces, with no parking allowed along the farm side of Breed Road, no parking south of West Side Road, and a … Continue reading
Update: the comment period is over. Thank you for your comments and suggestions. The Stoney Beach Research Group (SBRG) was formed in 2019 to gather information about Stoney Beach, the area around the boat landing at Silver Lake. The result … Continue reading