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    NEW – 2019 WRWA Calendar

    The new 2019 WRWA calendar is in! This edition comes with Westport River tides and heights.  The colorful photos for the new calendar were taken by local photographers as part of our annual photo contest.

     

    Calendar with shipping $23  

    Calenders are $20 and available at WRWA’s office, or at the following retail locations: Lees Market, Partners Village Store, Dedee Shattuck Gallery.  For out-of-towners, contact us and we can mail you one.

     

    Watershed Education Program Booklet

     

    We are pleased to share a report on our Watershed Education Program led by WRWA Education Director, Shelli Costa. We are proud of the accomplishments and of the long term positive impact our Education programs have on local students. The Watershed Education Program is an interdisciplinary, environmental education program developed by WRWA in collaboration with teachers from the watershed schools.  The key to successful pollution prevention and preservation of our watershed resources is to provide the future stewards of the region with the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to become effective decision makers.  The Westport River Watershed Alliance firmly believes this can be accomplished through hands-on programs, and creative thinking skills emphasized in our Watershed Education Program.

     

    Annual Meeting Presentation – Jeremy Grantham

    In case you missed it. Here’s a link to Jeremy Grantham’s talk “Climate Change – the Race of Our Lives” from our annual meeting on March 4, 2018. A serious view of our current situation here on earth. Watch it!!

     

    Mission Statement

    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.