President’s Letter: A Big Win for Us All!
With Your Help HPWA’s Continued Efforts to Preserve and Protect Our Watershed Grows Exponentially
Our Watershed Hiking Trails
Enjoyable walks surrounded by birds and animals amid some special habitats
Dangers of Pesticides
No matter how far you live from a pond, your property is part of a watershed
Q&A: Our Water Quality Plan
HPWA’s continued proactive efforts for the future of Little Herring and Great Herring Ponds
Composting: Turn Spoils into Soil
Composting is a convenient, beneficial and inexpensive way to handle your organic waste and help the environment
Fall Gardening Tips
Geri Williams gives some great ideas for this fall.
Bufflehead: North America’s Smallest Diving Duck
As the cooler weather sets, we birders look forward to the arrival of a whole other suite of birds that winter here at the Herring Ponds
Climate Change: What We Can Do
Melanie Monaco addresses accelerating climate change effects here in Plymouth
Progress Continues for HPWA’s Water Management Plan
Data collection for the Water Management Plan is complete
Count Me In
Volunteer herring counters needed in April and May 2021 for recording important data on the health of our fish
Vintage Postcards of Great Herring Pond Area
Recognize any of these scenes?
Annual meeting means election of new board members and other committee reports