Monthly News Items for October 2018

  • Meet Our New Environmental Educator Brian Taylor

    We would like to welcome our new Environmental Educator, Brian Taylor! Brian is originally from Kalamazoo Michigan. He went to college at Western Michigan University and graduated with a B.S. in Education as well as a achieving a state teaching certificate. After teaching in a public school for a year, he decided to take his…

  • Plastic Bag Ban Passes in Pembroke

    Inspired by the Marshfield plastic bag ban, citizens in Pembroke brought their own propsal to town meeting and it passed by a narrow margin Tuesday night, October 23. Scituate residents have also taken up the cause. Please attend Scituate’s Fall Special Town Meeting on November 14, and support the ban to help protect our local waters! And don’t forget…

  • Harvest Moon Feast Raises More Than $20,000 for Environmental Education

    Harvest Moon Feast Pairs Great Food and Drink with Good Friends Despite the weather, the 2018 NSRWA Harvest Moon Feast boasted quite a turnout. More than 170 guests got to sample the finest food and spirits on the South Shore. It was truly a special evening with lots of new faces. The event brought in approximately…