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Neighborhood Watch Meeting

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Lake Auburn Community Property to hold grand opening

On Christmas Day, 2012 the Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association (LAWNA) received a 6.3 ac. watershed property, by donation, and its purpose will be to provide access for the public for recreation.  A parking lot, trail map kiosk & groomed trails have already been built at 115 North Auburn Road.

The newly formed Lake Auburn Community Property celebrated its grand opening during Auburn's Winterfest on January 27. The property is open for skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and just exploring the property.  You can "like" Lake Auburn Community Property on Facebook and learn all about this new four season destination in Auburn, near the shores of Lake Auburn."


xmas recycleRecycle your Christmas Tree with us!

LAWNA will be collecting Christmas tree's for FREE disposal at Lake Auburn Community Center at 115 North Auburn Road. They will be recycled into the Winterfest bonfire in January and what is left mulched for the trails and erosion protection. Please make sure the tree is free of decorations. Drop trees off anytime just off the parking lot where indicated by a sign (and other trees :).

 

LAWNA Supporting Cancer Patients and Survivors

pink ribbonLAWNA is supporting watershed cancer patients and survivors in the month of October…PINK RIBBONS!

 

LAWNA Sponsoring Opening and Closing of the Public Beach

This past year and going forward LAWNA is sponsoring the opening  and closing of the Public Beach near Lake Grove at the outlet of Lake Auburn! Thank you to Councilor Crowley and Councilor Walker for making this facility whole again!

Public Beach

Spring House Road Trail Information

This trail connects the historic Lake Auburn Spring House (site) to the North Auburn Road & West Auburn Village via the original 1760 trail to the lake and a commissioned road in 1879 (more...)

FREE loam for Lake Auburn watershed properties!

In an effort to promote conservation and best management practices, LakeSeptics, state certified erosion control specialists, offer their supply of excellent screened loam while supplies last!

Prior arrangements to be made by email freeloam@auburnwatershed.org. We would like to have before and after photos of your loam project! FREE deliveries are available, also, first come first serve LOAD YOURSELF allows us to offer it for free! Max 3 yards per property.

 

LAKE AUBURN TOUR “REAL THREATS”

The Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association (LAWNA) invites you to take a tour of Lake Auburn by airplane, boat, bicycle, hike, snowmobile, cross-country skis or snowshoe! Our hope is that our citizens and community leaders will realize that limited funds are available to insure our Lake remains free of pollution. Proper utilization of this funding is key. Call 207-782-5962 or email info@auburnwatershed.org to arrange a free tour.


Adopt A Shore

The Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association is encouraging property owners to visit the shores closest to their homes to help cleanup the debris left by nature and humans.  Without contacting the water, there is large amounts of garbage and other pollution  that can be cleaned up using garbage bags and/or totes!  CARRY OUT, CARRY OUT! For more information please contact us at info@auburnwatershed.org.

Coming soon, DESIGNATED CLEAN UP DAYS


 

 

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