Tank Tales: Catching Critters

Tank Tales: Catching Critters

Last week the Paul School’s 4th grade, and Acton Elementary’s 7th grade, learned about how to determine water quality based on the types of macroinvertebrates or “water bugs” you find in a stream. These macroinvertebrates are important because...
Looking Back on 2017

Looking Back on 2017

Alas, the end of another busy year is upon us! As 2017 winds down, we’re taking a moment to reflect on our accomplishments from the past year, which helps guide our vision as we move into 2018. Check out our annual report to see some of our accomplishments from...
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...
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...