On this page we'll provide some history about our organization. It all started
forty years ago with a group of campers who worked out road repair. Then when the dam was purchased and money raised to replace
it, the group became more organized! Now funding for riparian buffers and other conservation tweaking is underway. Non source
point pollution (run off from the watershed) and silt is the major concern.
Small town grants to update septics are already set up in New Limerick and Linneus. Signage
for 911 is done.
This image is a road thru the Drews Mountain 40 acre lot subdivision. Some
of this road network helped make living on parts of the south shore road possible with a new winter road that lessens one
major hill half way in by offering a way around it! Eight year round households are on the south shore, thirty nine
on the easier access north shore at this time.