Clean water, happy wildlife, and stable property values depend on a healthy lake, free of invasive species. The NH Lakes Lake Host program is the first line of defense in keeping New Hampshire lakes free of invasive plants and animals.
Through this nationally recognized aquatic invasive species education and prevention program, hundreds of individuals trained as Lake Hosts inspect boats, trailers, and gear for hitchhiking plants and animals throughout New Hampshire each summer. The Lake Hosts teach thousands of boaters about the Clean, Drain & Dry method for aquatic invasive species prevention.
Since 2009, Franklin Pierce Lake has partnered with NH Lakes to protect our lake and educate an average of 500 boaters visiting Franklin Pierce Lake each season about how to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species. This program is funded by a grant from NH Lakes, local financial contributions, FPLA funds, and volunteer hours.
To learn more about the Lake Host program, go to: nhlakes.org