About

Our Organization was formed to focus on the betterment of Davidson Lake and the environment around it. In many jurisdictions in North America, the problems of healthy water in lakes and watersheds have been addressed with the formation of a “Lake Association.” In New Brunswick there are over a dozen such Associations, in Maine there are 163.
Items that can impact the watershed include:
  • Changes in water level due to human and natural influences
  • Extension of roadways around the lakesure
  • development of new lakeshore lots
  • new and increasing use of septic systems
  • deterioration of existing septic systems
  • use of insecticides and pesticides adjacent to the lake
  • erosion of the lakeshore
  • human induced changes to shoreline features
  • irresponsible use of motorized aquatic craft and boats
  • possible increase in the amount of phosphates and nitrogen in ground water
  • tree cutting adjacent to the lakeshore
  • staking of mineral claims that could lead to mine development

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