CONCORD — NH LAKES invites businesses that understand the value of clean and healthy lakes to the environment, personal well-being, and local communities and economies to become a LakeSmart service provider partner.

Businesses that offer a service that can help property owners living along the lake or enjoy it in a lake-friendly way, are invited to take advantage of the opportunity. The health of lakes is at risk from yards, septic systems, driveways, and roadways. Pollution is making lakes toxic to people, pets, and wildlife. Property owners often want to do the right thing to keep lakes clean and healthy and they often need help of professional service providers.

Participation in the LakeSmart Service Provider Partner program will help keep lakes clean and healthy, increase brand recognition, drive customers to the business, and increase sales. Lake-friendly living is good for business, residents, visitors, and the environment. The following categories of service providers are invited to apply: architects, general contractors and homebuilders; banking and lending and estate planning institutions; drinking water and wastewater service providers; landscaping providers and suppliers; marine contractors and marine sales; realtors and property rental agencies.

Service providers interested in becoming a LakeSmart Service Provider Partner are invited to submit an online application for consideration. The application period ends Jan. 15, 2021. To apply, visit nhlakes.org/lakesmart.

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