Monthly News Items for September 2016

  • Harvest Moon Feast Raises Nearly $12,000 for Environmental Education

    A big thank you to all the attendees, restaurants, committee members and volunteers for a successful Harvest Moon Feast. Gross income for this year’s event was the highest ever at $11,754 with 167 tickets sold (second highest number of guests ever). Thank you to all our generous restaurants – your dishes were SUPERB! Thank you…

  • The Province Lands – NATURE (HUMAN AND OTHERWISE) by Kezia Bacon, Correspondent

    Imagine peering out from a single vantage point and being able to see the entire coast of Massachusetts Bay! You’ve observed our state’s coastline on maps. Those same contours are visible to the naked eye from the foot of Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown. I would guess that the view from the top of the 252-foot…

  • BROWN IS THE NEW GREEN – Download your FREE printable yard sign today!

    Join the movement and show your friends and neighbors that Brown is the New Green. Watering one inch of water on a one acre yard consumes 26,000 gallons – more than a standard swimming pool! With the current drought, it is important to conserve water now. Please do your part to save water and let…

  • Harvest Moon Feast on Scituate Harbor a Night to Remember

    Tickets are going fast, so get yours online today! On Monday, September 26 the NSRWA will host their 9th annual Harvest Moon Feast at the Mill Wharf. Overlooking the water on Scituate Harbor, the Harvest Moon Feast is a South Shore tradition. Proceeds from this event directly support environmental education programs which provide children and…

  • Harvest Moon Feast Showcases Brian Houlihan’s Passion for Food on the South Shore

    Brian Houlihan’s love of cooking began at age thirteen in his hometown of Ballincollig, County Cork in Ireland. At age eighteen, upon completion of culinary school, he ventured abroad and landed at The Harvard Club in Boston. From there he served as the Sous Chef of The Four Seasons and then Executive Chef at The…

  • Harvest Moon Feast Features South Shore’s Best Restaurants

    The 9th Annual Harvest Moon Feast on Monday, September 26th from 6-9pm, will feature the finest restaurants on the South Shore. Sponsored by the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, the proceeds from this event directly support the NSRWA environmental education programs which provide children and adults unique opportunities to engage in hands-on environmental science…

  • Summer Interns Provide Invaluable Resources to NSRWA

    (Left to Right) Summer interns Kaitlin Morel, Rowan Lowell and Callie Neaves on the NSRWA pontoon boat. Alas, summer is over (sigh) and that means our interns have headed back to college. Kaitlin Morel, Rowan Lowell and Callie Neaves provided invaluable assistance to the NSRWA team this summer in everything from database management to scientific…