As property owners on Lake Winona we are fortunate to have clear, clean water; water that is critical for fish and wildlife habitat and recreation. Lake Winona is our most valuable resource and protecting it is an investment we all must make.
This website is maintained by the Lake Winona Improvement Association (LWIA) and contains lake protection tips and helpful information on maintaining a healthy lake for both property owners and visitors.
Recent News from the LWIA:
The Waukewan and Winona Watershed Protective Association will be presenting “The Climate Change Conundrum,” a free seminar with speaker Dr. Lindsay Rustad, Research Ecologist with the US Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Durham, NH. This free event will be held … Continue reading
At the LWIA August 13 meeting, new officers for the coming 2-year term will be elected. After years of dedicated service, LWIA President Don Thibeault, Vice President Bob Proulx, and Secretary Nora Foster are all stepping down. Jay Buckley has … Continue reading
NH LAKES has revised and updated this publication last printed in 2011. This is a comprehensive resource for all interested in living a lake-friendly lifestyle here in the Granite State. It includes everything from lake basics like “What is a Watershed … Continue reading
The LWIA’s Summer Social and Potluck lunch will be held on Saturday, August 13, at noon. The Anchorage Lodge has once again graciously offered their location for the event, which will allow us to host the event rain or shine. … Continue reading
This free event is open to Lake Winona residents & their families only Fishing Derby Time: 8 am-11 am (Final weigh in by 11 am) Where: Weigh in at Lorna Fenenbock’s beach – 31 Anchorage Road – Come by car or boat! Awards: Ribbons … Continue reading