Please conserve water.  The Weir River is dry upstream of Union St Bridge - this is not a natural condition. Other streams while low still have flow now - this is result of overpumping and drought conditions.

Photo taken 9.22.14

 

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

Email:wrwa@weirriver.org 

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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.