As communicated yesterday, the PLA observed some pretty significant cyanobacteria blooms in several spots around the lake. The PLA took samples of those and brought them to UNH for analysis. The PLA also decided to post the red warning signs to give folks a “heads up”. NH DES came to the lake today (Thursday 7/25/19) and took samples as well. Based on the samples analyzed at UNH and at DES, the State has issued an official warning as can be read by clicking here.

Cyanobacteria Warning Posted

Unfortunately our recent weather has been very conducive for the growth of cyanobacteria. There have been several blooms (green floating scummy mats) around the lake today. In an abundance of caution, we will be posting the red NHDES Advisory signs. Samples have been taken and will be analyzed to see if the cyanobacteria has any toxicity. In the meantime, we would recommend that children and pets be kept out of the water and if anyone comes in contact with the bloom, they should rinse off in fresh water.
We will inform you of the NHDES results as soon as they are available.
Several photos are attached.


Save the date … the annual meeting will be held on Saturday July 20, 2019 at Edge Lake Farm which is across the street from the entrance to the golf course. The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m.. Come hear news about the lake, meet fellow members, and join the association if you haven’t already. Note that anyone may attend the meeting, but you need to be a PLA member to vote on any items that come up.


The summer 2019 issue of our newsletter is now available by clicking here. Enjoy the read and should you have any suggestions/recommendations, please reach out to one of the board members.

Please note that there is a slight typo on the first page of the newsletter. The annual meeting date is July 20, NOT June 20.