We are so excited about the August 8th Summer Gala, we couldn’t wait to share more! Check out this preview of live and silent auction items to be featured at the Summer Gala, Saturday, August 8, 2015. For more details on the event and to make reservations…. CLICK HERE.
Auction Items will be updated as more items come in. Hope to see you for a Midsummer Night’s Dream on August 8. Click the text to view the items.
Live Auction Items
Trips and Excursions
Merchandise and Services
WRWA’s Summer Gala – A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Get your tickets now for our annual Gala, to be held on Saturday, August 8th, from 5-8 p.m. at Quansett Farm on Horseneck Road, with sweeping views of Allens Pond, Buzzard’s Bay and the Elizabeth Islands. This year’s theme is A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and this setting will surely make dreams come true.
Live music, open bar, silent and live auctions – Tickets $85 in advance, $100 at the door. Don’t miss it! Invitations are going out soon – or buy your tickets online, or call WRWA to reserve. This is our most important fund-raiser of the year, and your support helps us will all our important science and education initiatives. Click this HERE to make your reservation.
Dog Poop. It’s a serious problem.
Because it contains disease-causing bacteria that can make people sick. Even
worse is the knowledge that dog waste may be polluting our drinking water, local swimming areas, and favorite fishing spots.
WRWA recently sent all Westport residents a flyer called “The Shocking Truth About Your Dog’s Poop”. This flyer’s production was made possible by the Massachusetts Environmental Trust. To download a copy of the flyer click the image below.
You can make a difference for clean water in your town. Pick up after your pooch. Remind your neighbors to pick up after theirs. Your dog can’t help it. But you can. It’s easy.
The goals of the Westport River Watershed Alliance are to:
- promote the environmental integrity of the watershed and its coastal environs.
- to advocate the wise use and preservation of natural resources in the watershed for the aesthetic, recreational, and economic benefit of the citizens of the area.
- to educate the general public about the interrelationship of our waters, soils, plants, animals, and people.