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The Water Watershed Advisory Committee is a volunteer advisory committee appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The committee provides an organizational structure for citizens and local officials from the five (5) watershed communities to facilitate implementation of the Management Plan for the Waukewan Watershed.

A principle responsibility of the committee is to enhance public awareness and facilitate education regarding water quality conservation issues throughout the watershed. While maintaining a diverse geographical and stakeholder structure, the committee works collaboratively with local watershed communities, state agencies, local associations, citizens and other partners in the implementation of the Plan.


The committee is currently looking for additional volunteers.  Feel free to attend one ot the meetings to meet the committee. Read about the Committee's Activities in 2015.



All meetings of the committee are public meetings and are subject to the provisions of RSA 91-A. The committee tipically meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 8AM, or on an as needed basis. Contact the Community Development Department (677-4215) to confirm meeting dates and times.

Related Documents

Meredith  Waukewan Watershed Map - aerial shoreline photographs of the lakes and ponds in the watershed.

Management Plan for the Waukewan Watershed 

Status of Plan Action Items


Lake Waukewan Watershed Restoration Plan Development

The Lake Winnipesaukee Association has been awarded a Section 319 Watershed Restoration Grant through the NHDES Watershed Assistance Section to develop a thorough Waukewan-Winona WRP that includes the EPA’s nine mandatory or key elements for watershed-based plans.

Tasks undertaken to date include the evaluation of existing lake and tributary data, an assessment of current watershed conditions, and identification of actions for reducing current and future sources of pollution to the lake.  The final plan will be both a stand-alone plan for the Waukewan-Winona watershed and a supplement to the 2005 Waukewan Watershed Management Plan.  The plan will be able to be accessed on line at the Winnipesaukee Gateway website.


Home Heating Oil Tanks

Home Heating Oil Tanks - A Hidden Threat

Oil Tanks in Watershed


Don't P in the Lake


Septic Regulation

Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Systems Regulation

Regulation FAQs

Granite State Designers and Installers

LWWA Awarded Grant For Septic Systems



Meeting minutes of the Waukewan Watershed Advisory Committee

Staff Contact Information

Angela LaBrecque, Town Planner, 677-4228 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  



Waukewan Watershed Advisory Events