BioBlitz Recap

BioBlitz Recap

In June we held a collaborative BioBlitz at the Province Lake Golf Course in Parsonsfield, ME and Effingham, NH. Over the course of three days, dozens of students from two local schools, and over 40 community members explored the fields, forests, and ponds of the...
You’re Invited to our Annual Meeting!

You’re Invited to our Annual Meeting!

Please join AWWA’s Board of Directors on September 21st for a review of AWWA’s work protecting the lakes and ponds of Acton/Wakefield region and then enjoy a tour led by the Union Village Community Association of the Drew Mill Dam on the Branch River. We...

AWWA’s 2016 Annual Meeting a Success!

Thank you to the Union Heritage Park Railroad Museum for hosting our annual meeting yesterday! Our guests especially enjoyed the model layout of the villages of Wakefield. We had a wonderful afternoon with our guests who joined us for a museum tour, an AWWA activities...

The CyanoMobile is Coming to Wakefield July 27!

The CyanoMobile is coming! What is the CyanoMobile? It is the USEPA Northeast Regional Laboratory mobile lab that will be traveling around the New England states this summer teaching citizens about the new Northeast Cyanobacteria Monitoring Program. It’s coming...

Landscaping for Healthy Lakes a Huge Success!

On Saturday, June 27, the Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance collaborated with Springvale Nursery to present a program entitled “Landscaping for Healthy Lakes” to local residents. The workshop included an indoor lecture phase and an outdoor, “hands on” phase....

Landscaping for Healthy Lakes Workshop – June 27

Do you want to know more about how your landscape may be affecting the nearby streams and lakes? Do you have unsightly areas around your home that might be funneling sediment into our lakes or streams? Do want to learn about what plants will thrive in your garden? Do...