ARTICLE & VIDEO LIBRARY
Welcome to the NH LAKES article & video library. We hope these resources contributed by our staff and guests over the years will answer your questions and provide you with useful information.
Please share these with your friends, neighbors, local lake associations, and conservation groups—anyone you know who loves or cares for a lake. You are welcome to republish articles in your newsletter or magazine, we just ask that you include the following information: This article was originally published by NH LAKES.
If you would like to see an article or video on a topic that isn’t listed, let us know. Just email or call 603-226-0299.
Lakes in Spring
Lakes in Summer
Lakes in Autumn
Lakes in Winter
How do Lakes Freeze?
Is the Ice Safe Yet?
Extraordinary Winter Lake Phenomena
What do the Frogs, Fish, and Turtles do in Winter?
Where do Loons go in Winter?
Is it Safe to Swim in the Lake?
What is that Blue-Green Paint Stuff in the Lake?
Little Fuzzy Green Balls in the Lake?
What’s this green cotton candy stuff in the lake?
There’s Foam in the Lake—Did Someone Dump Laundry Detergent?
A Beginner’s Guide to Responding to Suspicious Lake Conditions
What Does a Fish Kill Mean for the Lake?
Lake-Friendly Driveway Sealants
Tips for Mud Season
Spring and Your Septic System
Put Your Property (and Driving Habits) on a Low Salt Diet
Tips for Lake-Friendly Snow Storage and Removal
Lake-Friendly Winter Tips and Tricks
Learn about how you can be lake-friendly while out on the water!
Learn how you can prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species by cleaning, draining, and drying all boats, craft, gear, and equipment when visiting your favorite lake!
How can you make lake-friendly changes to help your lake this Earth Day? Check out some ideas from the staff at NH LAKES!
Learn about what happens to our lakes above and below the surface as the seasons change from winter to spring.
As more and more boaters headed to the lake to find an escape from the pandemic in summer 2020, our Lake Hosts were more important than ever!