With the overwhelming success of last year’s painted rain barrel raffle, NSRWA and the WaterSmart South Shore program have decided to do another public art project.  The campaign will be called “Fish Out of Water” and will highlight the importance of water conservation to protect streamflow and the wildlife that depend on it. The school of fish is a metal wall hanging measuring 36.75” wide X 26.25” tall. The painted wall hangings will be raffled off in each of our WaterSmart towns and online.  Email lori@nsrwa.org if you’d like to lend a hand (or a brush) to paint a school of fish.

The WaterSmart Program is a partnership with the NSRWA and 11 towns on the South Shore; Aquarion (Hingham and Hull), Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth, which provides education to school children and adults on stormwater and water conservation in their homes, businesses and towns. For more information on the WaterSmart program, go to WaterSmartSouthShore.org.