Welcome to Lake Morey 

Located in Fairlee, Vermont, the Lake Morey Protective Association (LMPA), founded in 1907, is working to preserve the pristine beauty of Lake Morey and promote recreational and social opportunities for its members.

Join visiting families, friends and residents in activities focused on the lake and its environs. Volunteer for the greeter program, report adopt-a-lake hours, and help at an event. Learn to identify invasive species and maintain an ecologically-sound, environmentally-friendly waterfront.
Enjoy all Lake Morey and its surroundings have to offer!

 


MOREY MOUNTAIN NATURAL RESOURCE INVENTORY 

A presentation by Max Nash-Howe
 
Thurs., Dec. 12th, at 7 pm 
Fairlee Town Hall Auditorium (upstairs) — Free and Accessible
 
Please join the Upper Valley Land Trust (UVLT) for a presentation on the research findings of UVLT Intern Max Nash-Howe.  As a graduate student at the University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources, Max spent several weeks this past summer surveying UVLT’s 148-acre property on Morey Mountain, which flanks the southeast side of Lake Morey, to inventory forest types, unique natural communities, and other important conservation considerations. 
 
Max will discuss his findings and highlight recommendations for the management of this valuable watershed property.  UVLT’s goal is to conserve Morey Mountain’s natural resources and facilitate public access through low-impact hiking trails.
 
UVLT staff will also be available to answer questions about any previous or future land conservation management and recreational plans.  Please join the discussion!
 
Please Note:
This presentation will be videotaped and available on the UVLT website (www.uvlt.org) or their YouTube channel. We will post the link here once we have it.

2019 Lake Morey “Blue Map” is available at Chapman’s Country Store

First off, we recognize Marjie and Bill Scott for the two-plus decades they spent maintaining, updating and
further developing our beloved Lake Morey map! It has been because of their attention, imagination and
courage that the map has evolved to be what it has become, currently known as the “Blue” map around
town. We all appreciate and love the changes that haOct. 3 – Town Hall Open Housedve taken place over the years. Again, thank you
Marjie & Bill.

Next, we would like to thank Smith Reed for taking on the project of researching and updating the map. He has also provided a list of the updates that have been made:  Comments regarding the 2019 Lake Morey Map Changes

The maps are available for a donation of $10 each.