Weir River Environmental Forum #4: 

The Future of Stormwater

Keeping Clean Water in Your Community

Wednesday, April 23 

 6:30 pm - 9 pm 

at the South Shore Country Club

274 South St Hingham

Presentations at the forum will include:

  • Solving the Stormwater Management Puzzle
  • Protecting Water Resources
  • Clean Water Landscaping
  • Thinking About Clean Water and Development 

Cities such as Seattle, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia are taking an approach that focuses on sustainability and multiple benefits and have identified millions of 

dollars in annual benefits that would have been unrealized had they chosen to continue to invest in only traditional storm sewers.


Kurt Gaertner, MA Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs, 

Katy Konary, Fay, Spoffoard & Thorndike, David Farrag Cohasset Conservation Commission, Scott McIsaac Hingham Conservation Commission are amongst the speakers. 

Thank you to all our volunteers who helped with Clean Up Day and to Nona's Homemade Ice Cream for their support and Straits Pond Watershed Association for partnering with us


Thank you Hingham voters

for voting to 

 conserve 5 acres critical to the health of the Weir River Estuary 


Will the state's new regulations keep rivers flowing?

Read about the new regulations here.


We created this website to raise awareness about our shared river - the Weir River and its watershed. The environmental challenges it faces and what we can do to become better stewards of it.

Weir River Mike Sleeper 

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The Weir River Watershed Association (WRWA) is a 501(3)c nonprofit group committed to promoting awareness and stewardship of the Weir River Watershed. We are a membership organization. Our goals are to:

  • Gather data on the Watershed’s condition using monitoring programs.
  • Design and carry out local projects to maintain and improve the water quality, beauty, and enjoyment of the Weir River Watershed.
  • Report findings on the condition of the Weir River Watershed to the public, governmental committees, and other agencies.
  • Build a partnership of schools, community groups, businesses, and all levels of government entities who are committed to maintaining the Weir River Watershed as a necessary and beautiful resource.