HPWA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
The HPWA was established in 2007 as a volunteer neighborhood association within the state-designated "Herring river area of critical environmental concern" (ACEC). We focus on the health of all the water in our watershed – from the groundwater we pump and use in our homes, to the water in ponds and streams that we enjoy for recreation, to that used by animals and wildlife in our neighborhood.
HPWA is a member of the Watershed Action Alliance of the Southeastern Massachusetts.
All of our activities are based on the work of VOLUNTEERS supported by dues, private contributions, grants, and collaborations with organizations, the towns of Plymouth and Bourne, and the state.
We are always welcoming new members. Contact us to join, volunteer, or donate.
Staggered terms as of elections held August 13, 2018:
President: Don Williams (2 years)
Vice-President: Phil Angell (1 year)
Secretary: Peg Burke (1 year)
Treasurer: John Foye (2 years)