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Rockywold Deephaven Camps, Inc.

P.O. Box B
Holderness, NH
03245

T: (603) 968-3313

F: (603) 968-3438

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Squam Environmental Preservation Fund

SEPF Grant History

2015

  • Squam Lakes Conservation Society was awarded $10,000 to permanently protect a key parcel of land on the north side of the Rattlesnakes.
  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $5,000 to help continue its long-term research focused on loon mortality on Squam Lake.
  • 2014

  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $5,000 for continued Loon research
  • 2012

  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $5,000 for research and $5,000 for the Squam Lakes Loon Initiative.
  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center was awarded $10,000 for the Nature Matters campaign.

    2009

  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $2,500 to continue Loon toxicity research.
  • Squam National Historic Registry Project was awarded $1,500 to help start a formal historic designation process for established summer camps.
  • 2008

  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $3,000 on behalf of their multi-year study to identify toxins that may be contributing to Loon morbidity on Squam.
  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center was awarded $2,500 for their June 2008 Squam Range “Bio Blitz” inventory of plant and animal life.
  • Squam Lakes Conservation Society was awarded $5,000 to help purchase a conservation easement connecting the Rattlesnake Mt. Col Trail to the Doublehead Mt. Trail on the Squam Range.
  • 2007

  • Squam Lakes Conservation Society was awarded $5,000 to help complete a $135,000 campaign to purchase a 97 acre conservation easement on the southern slope of the Squam Range.
  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $3,000 to support the second phase of an intensive research study aimed at determining the underlying causes behind the decline of adult loons on Squam and the reasons for reproductive failures.
  • The Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University was awarded $2,500 to support the second annual New Hampshire Water Conference on April 16, 2008 as well as a graduate environmental internship in the summer of 2008.
  • 2006

  • Squam Lakes Conservation Society was awarded $4,000 to create the Koenig Forest Conservation Area on Red Hill.
  • Lakes Region Conservation Trust was awarded $10,000 to purchase conservation easements in the Squam Range.
  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $4,000 to investigate winter loon mortality on Squam Lake.
  • 2005

  • The Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $1,500.
  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center was awarded $2,500.
  • 2004

  • Loon Preservation Committee was awarded $1,500.
  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center was awarded $4,000.
  • Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University was awarded $2,000.
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