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BLAISDELL LAKE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION

New Hampshire Comprehensive
Lake Inventory of Blaisdell Lake

Sutton, NH


The Community Based Research Project Team Fall 2007- Spring 2008
at Colby-Sawyer College




Photograph courtesy of Dr. Leon-C. Malan

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Attribute 5: Recreational Characteristics

Category:

Question I: Non-water Dependent Activities

Directions: Identify all types of recreational activities that occur around the shoreline of
the lake or pond that do not require water.


Rationale: Non-water dependent activities, such as hiking or camping, are also an
important component in determining the lake or pond’s recreational value. Identifying
these activities and their relative popularity should be considered when planning public
shoreline recreational facilities.


Process Followed: Used observational knowledge from the Colby-Sawyer Community
and Environmental Science students and faculty.

Findings and Analysis: Findings indicate that there are several types of non-water
dependent activities. Some of these would be:
-Bird Watching
-Scenic Driving
-Picnicking
-Walking/Hiking
-Horseback Riding


Evaluation Criteria:


Activities for consideration:
- picnicking
- walking / hiking
- bike / horseback riding
- camping
- scenic driving
- other

1) 1 – 3 activities
2) 4 – 6 activities
3) >6 activities


Sources:

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Used observational knowledge from the Colby-Sawyer Community and
Environmental Science students and faculty.



Assessment of Question: The question is adequate as stated.

Date Completed: November 2007

Investigator: Benjamin Taylor






































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