We were considering a fundraising plan (May 2021) sponsoring a kayak ride, Paddle for a Purpose for 2021. Due to situation with pandemic and Memorial Day being early for being Covid safe, we would like to consider having a kayak ride fundraiser sometime in 2022. In the meantime, Peter and Anne will think of pandemic-safe
We started this spring with an update of the Moose Pond Watershed Survey. Volunteers gathered on the west shore of the middle basin and walked the properties and shoreline along Mountain Road. The results of the survey can be found on the MPA website. A big thank you to all of the property owners who
by dl dolgin A special gift from pleasure boat manufacturers – we might call them Invasive Wave Wake Boats – has arrived with force. These crafts plow their hulls tilted up at a 20 – 25° angle, deploying 250 – 500 horsepower engines designed to generate walls of water up to four-feet high for simulated wave
On the Fourth of July LEA inspector Jaden Poulin discovered a suspicious plant on a boat coming from Sebago Lake. The plant was identified as a milfoil by LEA staff, but we wanted to get a definite species identification before celebrating the save. This week, we received confirmation that the fragment was Variable Leaf Milfoil.
Feeling creative? Love Moose Pond? Have some web skills? Please consider helping us maintain the this website. We currently use WordPress to populate our content. Updates are relatively easy and include the following: Date of the annual meeting (determined by Board) Board member names and pictures (Supplied by Board) Board meeting notes (supplied by Secretary)
by Boat Ed, A Division of Kalkomey Enterprises, LLC We discovered this official boating handbook on-line and we wanted to share it with you. The handbook introduces you to Maine laws governing boating and provides general information about safe vessel operation. The complete PDF version can be found on our Website under “Articles and Guides”.
Nancy Campbell created 2 Moose Pond Loon Calendars for 2020. One is of the loon chick in the Middle Basin and the other is of adult loons from all over the Pond. Purchase them for $20.00 ea and she is generously giving half of the profits to Moose Pond Association. Nancy is willing to deliver
My name is Bill Dexter – my sister Elizabeth Stockwood and I are the “Moose Pond” Lake Smart reps. Lake Smart is a no cost, no risk, all reward way to learn about how our properties impact our wonderful Moose Pond. The process is really simple. Just contact either of us and we will schedule
Bill Dexter is heading up the Lake Smart program on Moose Pond. He and his sister Elizabeth went through the training. They will conduct assessments of your property and confirm if you are eligible for a lake smart award. Please keep in mind, this is not a policing program. It is intended to be an