North & South Rivers Watershed Association

Events

Many events are free but some do require pre-registration. We make it easy to sign up on line and pay when needed. For more events conveniently organized by category please go to the Outdoor Recreation tab on our website.

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  • South Shore Sea and Sand From the Sky

    South Shore Sea and Sand From the Sky

    Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
    South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell MA

    Margot Cheel Fine Aerial Art Photographer Free admission Examining the beauty of our landscape from the air can inspire us to remember the beauty, fragility and interconnectedness of our earth.  Margot Cheel is an award-winning photographer, private pilot and arts educator whose work inspires awareness of the environment through her aerial photos. Join us in [...]

  • Bald Eagles on the South Shore

    Bald Eagles on the South Shore

    Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
    South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell MA

    Jason Zimmer, Southeast Manager Mass Division of Fish and Wildlife Free admission Bald Eagles are majestic birds of prey that hunt over water and were once listed as an endangered species. Between 1905 and 1982 there were no breeding pairs living in Massachusetts but a successful introduction back to the Quabbin Reservoir has led to [...]

  • The Alewives' Tale – The Struggle to Save a Dramatically Declining Species

    The Alewives' Tale – The Struggle to Save a Dramatically Declining Species

    Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
    South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell MA

    Barbara Brennessel Free admission Barbara Brennessel’s book, The Alewives’ Tale, describes the plight of alewives and blueback herring, collectively referred to as river herring, that have been economically important since colonial times as food, fertilizer, and bait. In recent years they have attracted much attention from environmentalists, especially as attempts are being made to restore the [...]

  • Solutions for Healthy Waters Conference

    Solutions for Healthy Waters Conference

    Thursday, March 16th, 2017 8:00 am–3:30 pm
    The Needles Lodge at Camp Kiwanee, Hanson MA

    Education, information and networking for clean, plentiful, and free-flowing water Join fellow concerned citizens, water professionals, conservationists and decision-makers to learn methods for invasive plant control, effective science communication, and drought and flood resilience. Share resources and network with others concerned about water and watersheds in our region. Display and view posters on scientific research, [...]

  • 2017 Gardening Green Expo

    2017 Gardening Green Expo

    Saturday, April 1st, 2017 10:00 am–4:00 pm
    Kennedy’s Country Gardens, Scituate MA

    Our 5th Annual Gardening Green Expo will feature all things organic and natural and focus on how to save water through sustainable gardening practices. This year’s theme is water saving gardening, and the event will feature talks and demonstrations on how to make your yard sustainable and bountiful at the same time! Stroll through Greenhouse [...]

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