Author Archive | Anne Reed


Please Renew Your Membership Now

Monomonac Lake Property Owners Association exists by and for all those families who use and enjoy this beautiful natural treasure. Your membership and participation is essential for the good work that is accomplished. Because of your support, MLPOA is able to provide: Exotic Milfoil Weed Treatment MLPOA Newsletter and Mailings MLPOA Annual Meeting Water Quality […]

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President’s Message

Whether we are new-timers or old-timers living on Lake Monomonac, we all find  beauty, wonder, and enjoyment throughout the seasons. The bright colors of fall, the stark cold solitude of winter, the greening hope of spring, and the bustle of summer all contribute to our unique and gentle way of life. Preserving the natural beauty […]

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John Sarasin Lake Education Day

Every year in June, an intrepid group of boaters gathers at Rindge Acres Beach to embark upon a great adventure.   This wonderful group of MLPOA members has the pleasure of taking 200 fifth graders, from both Winchendon and Rindge, out onto Lake Monomonac to learn about lake ecology. This year was the 25th  time for […]

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2018 MLPOA Lake Host Program

MLPOA will once again be participating in the Lake Host Program with the help of a grant by the NH Lakes Association. As part of the grant we match the funds that we receive with volunteer time. The Lake Host Program is one of the nation’s premier aquatic nuisance species education and prevention programs. Lake […]

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Millers River and Lake Monomonac

The Millers River is a recreation and historic river which originates in southwest New Hampshire and meanders through the picturesque towns of north central Massachusetts joining with the Connecticut River downstream from the town of Millers Falls Massachusetts. Although a majority of the river flows through central Massachusetts, much of the watershed is contained in […]

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Exotic Milfoil Weed Treatment

Treating for exotic milfoil is an on-going challenge. Without the vigilance of MLPOA and our annual treatment process, exotic milfoil would take over our lake. Our treatment plan for this year is a return to the herbicide “Diquat” which has been applied  in previous years.  Aquatic Control Technology and NHDES have both recommended a return […]

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Variable Milfoil

Variable milfoil is creating a serious economic and recreational nuisance in New Hampshire lakes. Variable milfoil was first introduced in New Hampshire lakes in the late 1960s by way of discarded aquarium plants into lakes and other waterbodies. It then spread from lake to lake by boats, motors, trailers, fishing gear, and by natural forces.  […]

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