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2014 VLAP Eastman Report
The state of New Hampshire has released their annual VLAP report for Eastman Lake. It describes the water quality of the lake in 2014. Read the report here.

January 2014 Lakes and Streams Council Report
John Larrabee, Chair, Lakes and Streams Committee presented the Lakes and Stream report to the Eastman Council in January 2014. The report includes these topics: Events, Weed Watchers, Beetle Disbursement, Lake Hosts, Water Quality, Sub Committee Membership, Work Plan/2020 Plan and the budget. Read the report here.

Lakes and Streams Potluck
The Summer Celebration Potluck is scheduled for 5:30 pm on Thurs, August 21 in the Pavillion and Hemlock Hall. We hope to see you there.

Clean, Drain & Dry
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) in conjunction with the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) developed several paddler-specific signs to address the spread of invasive species and what steps paddlers should take to prevent their spread. Read more here.

Let's Get the Lead Out, NH!

“Let’s Get the Lead Out, NH!” is a grassroots environmental campaign to help protect loons and other waterbirds from lead poisoning. The health of the waterbird population inNew Hampshire will depend on the extent to which local groups (lake, pond, river and watershed associations and angler groups), individual anglers, and retailers join the campaign and pledge to take action to get the lead out of fishing! Learn more here.

2012 Water Quality Report
We recently received the 2012 Eastman Pond Water Quality Report from the State of New Hampshire. See the summary, Eastman Pond report and State of New Hampshire report here.

Non-Phosphorous Products for Laundry & Dishwasher - a Shopping Guide
Phosphorous in a lake system is a nutrient that aquatic plants and algae require for growth. However, when there is excess phosphorous, too much plant and algal growth is promoted. This can cause algae and potentially toxic cyanobacteria blooms. Blooms interfere with fishing, swimming and boating, and they have a detrimental impact on the health of the lake. Please see the shopping guide and buy Non-Phosphorous Products for Laundry & Dishwasher

Fishing Alert
Rock Bass has been found in Eastman Lake. This fish is considered a "pest fish". It should be harvested and should not be released back into the lake. It has the ability to take over a habitat and seriously threaten the diversity of fish in our lake. Please see more about Rock Bass here.

Lakes and Streams Committee Mission Statement
The Eastman Lakes & Streams Committee provides education and leadership in the stewardship of Eastman Lake and its watershed for the enjoyment of the community and future generations.

It will fulfill its mission by:

  • Monitoring Eastman's lakes, tributaries, and watershed water quality,
  • Identifying man made and natural threats,
  • Educating the Community regarding these threats
  • Executing smaller conservation projects and programs,
  • Advocating for Community action to mitigate larger threats,
  • Working with Community, public, and private agencies to fund such actions.
For more information, see the Lakes & Streams Charter

Eastman Owners Site
The Eastman Owners web site contains a Lakes and Streams page with several items including a list of committee members, meeting minutes and more. Password required.


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