AWWA in the Schools!

AWWA in the Schools!

It’s been a busy few weeks at AWWA! We’ve been visiting the Acton and Wakefield elementary schools for our 6th grade module on watersheds and invasive species. Yesterday was an especially exciting day, as we had our brook trout release with the Paul School 4th...
Thank You to Our Business Partners!

Thank You to Our Business Partners!

Each year businesses in our communities do their part to help AWWA keep our lakes beautiful. Our Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) provides a valuable service each summer by resolving erosion problems that would impact the health of our lakes. In 2016, the 22 businesses...
Tank Tales Update #5

Tank Tales Update #5

This week our Paul School 4th graders learned how their aquarium is set up to simulate nature! Brook trout require certain conditions in order to thrive, and the 4th graders did a great job of guessing how we meet the trout’s needs while they’re growing in...

Tank Tales Update #4

Most of our eggs have turned into alevin, and only a few have yet to make the transition! All we have to do now is wait until they absorb their yolk sacs, and then we’ll have fingerlings to start feeding. Seeing the transformation from egg to alevin makes the...