Here are the pictures from the 2019 Fall Foilage Walk. Click on the picture to the link to Flicker Gallery or click on this link: https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/69jL7X
It was wonderful having Sara Steiner to present on our pond water quality and invasive aquatic plants commonly found in NH On September 14, 2019, at the Lodge. Sara is the VLAP Coordinator for Watershed Management Bureau at the NH Department of Environmental Services.
The presentation was well-attended with over twenty residents and they asked a lot of questions concerning the environment. Here are some notes that we took from the meeting.
Overall, our pond water is in good shape compared to the other lakes. The PH is slightly below average. Sara said using phosphorus-free fertilizer will help to keep the quality of the pond water. Just because fertilizer is organic, it doesn’t mean phosphorus-free.
It is important to know the capacity of your septic tank and if you have more people such as renters using your septic tank than it’s intended for, it could cause sewage runoffs. Septic tank should be pumped every 3 years and every year if your property is on the shore.
Invasive aquatic plants and animals
Chinese mystery snail is super invasive and depletes the natural organisms in the ponds. Water fleas – Asian clams
Cyanobacteria happen when the water gets warmer and it can be toxic for dogs and caused a rash on humans.
For more information about invasive aquatic plants, click on the following link to her presentation: https://eidelweissvillage.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/peaporridge-madison-20190914.pdf
Here are the pictures from the EPOA Annual Beach Cookout. The pictures were taken by our Treasurer, Mark Graffan.
The EPOA has replaced the old flag with a new one. Here are the pictures were taken from September 1. Thank you to everyone who came to help.
On a sunny Summer day in August, the pig roast was served to over 65 Eidelweiss residents and friends at the Lodge. Great turnout and a wonderful day. Here were some pictures from the feast.
Pre-purchase tickets to the Pig Roast Dinner (Aug 20, 5pm@the Lodge)
You can pre-purchase the tickets by the Mailbox this Saturday, August 13, 11 am – 1 pm.
- $14 for members (max of 2 per household)
- $18 for nonmembers
- Kids are free (hotdogs and burgers)
Please call Bev at 603-367-8634 if you can’t get the tickets in person. Please RSVP8/17/2016. Dinner starts on Saturday at 5 pm in the Lodge. If you are interested in seeing the carving of the pig, come by at 4 pm, or stop by just outside the lodge anytime in the afternoon to check out the roasting. We hope to see you there.
Our first event of the summer was our Shared Dinner on Saturday, June 25 at the Lodge. 20+ people have attended the event, and it was a potluck style. Our next event will be the EPOA Annual Cookout on July 9 at the Edelweiss Beach. We hope you can join us. The cookout will be free, first come first serve.
Here are the pictures from Anne McKenna.