Who We Are

Washington (Maine) Lakes Watershed Association is a small, local organization founded in 1991 by local year-round and summer residents. Our goal is to
promote understanding and
good ... [READ MORE]


“Creating Backyard Bird Habitat” Class at Gibbs Library in Washington, Friday, April 5th, 2019 at 7pm

Join Hildy Ellis, Program Manager for Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, for "Beyond the Birdfeeder: Creating Backyard Habitat." Now is a great time to plan to make your yard habitat-friendly this summer! ... [READ MORE]

2018 Water Quality Report Available

The 2018 Washington Lakes Water Quality Report is now available...(Read More) ... [READ MORE]

Open Letter to Property Owners and Lakes Association Members

The watershed includes all the areas from which water (clean or polluted) drains into our waters – Washington Pond, Crystal Lake, Medomak Stream and several others. ... [READ MORE]

Good Lake Stewardship

We all need to be stewards.

Declining water quality can affect the type and number of fish species that inhabit the lake as well as the birds and other wildlife which make their home here..It can harm recreational use and it results in lower property values. Remember: What we do on land does affect our lakes ... [READ MORE]