One with nature, counting the fish +By Meg Murphy| Globe correspondent May 19, 2013 The time was 9:44 a.m., and Bob Sigsby had been waiting for this… Read More
Kingston, Plymouth Shellfish Beds Closed +Human error at sewer plant causes 100,000-gallon ocean discharge. By Frank Mand, Wicked Local Plymouth Posted May 01, 2013 PLYMOUTH — Instead of Island Creek,… Read More
'Citizen scientists' volunteer to count herring +By Jody Feinberg The Patriot Ledger Posted Apr 25, 2013 @ 05:30 AM With her thumb poised on a clicker, Jeana Homola… Read More
South Shore Dam Removal Would Benefit Fish Populations +By Mark Burridge Wicked Local Norwell Posted Apr 25, 2013 @ 06:45 AM Meetings have been held to discuss the removal of the… Read More
Dam behind South Shore YMCA is one step closer to removal +by Mark BurridgeWicked Local Norwell December 20, 2012 Norwell - The South Shore YMCA has been granted a waiver for an environmental… Read More
The mission of the Watershed Action Alliance (WAA) is to protect and restore the watersheds of Southeastern Massachusetts through strategic collaboration and grassroots efforts. The Alliance also serves to strengthen the individual and collective capacity of its member groups, enabling them to be more effective watershed advocates.
Why Does it Matter?
The Gulf of Maine is one of the world's most biologically productive environments, hosting over 3,000 species of plants and animals. Half of all the rivers in Southeastern MA link to this important ecosystem.