Our Association was established in 2007 as a volunteer neighborhood association.
Our focus is the health of all the water in our watershed – groundwater we pump
and use in our homes, as well as the water in ponds and streams we enjoy for
recreation, or that is used by animals and wildlife in our neighborhood.
We elect officers and an executive committee that sets policies. In addition, we have working subcommittees. All our activities are based on the work of volunteers; they are supported by dues, private contributions, grants, and collaborations with other organizations, the town, county and state.
We welcome new members to join us; bring ideas and concerns; and share in our efforts. Membership is open to anyone interested. Registration for membership and to receive email updates is available on this site.
HPWA Photo Contest - Entries closed October 15, 2012. Click for rules. Many great entries were submitted! The Executive Committee has recommended a 16-month calendar starting in mid-2013. Additional photo entries may be incorporated in our Spring 2013 Watershed Stewardship Guide, supported by the Makepeace Neighborhood Fund and an HPWA member's matching donation.