To preserve and protect the natural environment and ecological systems of the Indian Ponds and surrounding parcels of lands and watershed, and to participate in studies and work with other agencies, individuals, and groups to educate the public, serve the community, and promote and preserve the Indian Ponds and surrounding areas
WHAT WE DO
The Association members have been monitoring our ponds' health and advocating for responsible stewardship since its inception in 1958. We also educate the community on environmental and pond-related issues. To view the some of the highlights of over a half century of our history click here,
The IPA is a strong organization in good financial shape with a stable membership of about 170– 180 households, including both regular members and Friends of IPA. To keep both members and our wider constituency informed, key board activities and goings-on in our ponds are reported in our quarterly newsletters
WHAT LIES BENEATH
An underwater video of herring resting in a pool two weirs below Middle Pond.
See more of Bob Nichols' videos documenting the mussel die-off and subsequent alum treatment in 2010, and other goings-on in the Indian Ponds.
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