Acton - Shapleigh Youth Conservation Corp

The ASYCC is funded by donations and grants and supported by a number of volunteers. By donating to the ASYCC, you allow us to continue our work preserving the quality of our lakes and land values while employing local school children.

Welcome

The Acton-Shapleigh Youth Conservation Corps (ASYCC), was founded in 2001, and is committed to protecting the waterways within Mousam Lake and Square Pond Watershed.

This is achieved by providing education, community outreach, courtesy boat inspections, technical assistance, and the installation of effective erosion control practices to the communities of Acton and Shapleigh.

The ASYCC continues to work to sustain and protect the valuable waterways of Goose Pond, Loon Pond, Mousam Lake, and Square Pond for the enjoyment of the community and its visitors.

Announcements

April 23, 2015

Courtesy Boat Inspections will start on weekends beginning April 25. Enjoy the Spring boating season and remember: before entering or leaving any waterbody please check your boat, trailer, tackle, and lines for plant fragments. This is the best way to protect our waterbodies from invasive plants infestations.

Feburary 10, 2015

The 11th Annual Golf Tournament To Benefit the Acton-Shapleigh Youth Conservation Corps, Sponsored In Part by the Lake Associations of Mousam Lake and Square Pond, will be held on Friday, August 7, 2015

2015 Golfer Registration
2015 Sponsor Form
Further Sponsor Info

December 23, 2014

The ASYCC Announces a new Program Director

As we head in to the holidays, I am happy to announce that Betty Smith has officially signed on as our new Program Director.
Press Release (PDF)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Beth Brown


November 12, 2014

2014 Final Program Report
Final Program Report - in PDF Format
Appendix Pictures - in PDF Format