Welcome Owners and Guests of Lake Winona

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:

Letter From the Water Quality Committee

The Water Quality Committee is a group of volunteers who share a concern about the health of our lake. We are not the “property police” but we do make suggested guidelines regarding how you can care for your lakefront property … Continue reading

Cyanobacteria Advisory Removed for Winona

Today the NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) removed it’s advisory for Lake Winona following another round of water sampling. No cyanobacteria cells were found. The initial advisory issued on June 19 was not based on a toxin evaluation and was intended … Continue reading

States Issues Cyanobacteria Advisory for Lake Winona

A sample collected on the lake tested positive as a cyanobacteria bloom prompting the state to issue an advisory effective today. Advisories are issued when cyanobacterial cell concentrations exceed 70,000 cells/ml. The sample tested was 365,000 cells per milliliter. NHDES … Continue reading

NHDES Urges Residential Well Users to Conserve Water Due to Dry Conditions

According to the weekly U.S. Drought Monitor released June 18, the entire state of New Hampshire has been categorized as abnormally dry. Over the last 60 days, the state has received significantly less than normal precipitation. The majority of the … Continue reading

NH Lakes Hosts Clean & Healthy Lakes Webinar Series

The NH LAKES Team announced another new program for summer 2020—the “Working for Clean & Healthy Lakes” webinar series! New Hampshire is home to nearly 1,000 lakes and ponds. While our state boats some of the cleanest and healthiest lakes … Continue reading