located in the center of Damariscotta
at 15 Courtyard St. above the Salt Bay Cafe and the Damariscotta Chamber
of Commerce, just off of Main Street. Click on the red star below to get more local map information, and see the next image below for the fine details of where we are – it's easy to find us and we would love to have you visit the office!
Visit us at 15 Courtyard St, Damariscotta – above the Salt Bay Cafe and Region Chamber of Commerce office.
Our mailing address is:
Pemaquid Watershed Association
P.O. Box 552,
Damariscotta, ME 04543
Phone: 207 563-2196
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was initiated by a challenge gift from John Will, which was generously matched by the following donors:
Seth Hamilton Stewart, in memory of Charles Balant
and in honor of Doris Balant
Andrea William & Charles Dewey
Gail & Gerry Clark
Mary Anne Morse
Kent & Dotty Booher
The PWA has its origins in the Biscay Pond Association, formed in 1966 by residents concerned about unsound development. The organization gradually grew in response to the interests and con-cerns of landowners throughout the Pemaquid River watershed. Spurred by unprecedented development pressures, PWA became a land trust in 1988. As a land trust, we use conservation easements and land acquisition to protect the beauty and natural integrity of the watershed. Our Watershed Watch Newsletter for Spring 2008 explained our beginnings on Page 8. More recently, LCTV helped us produce this video to provide an overview of PWA..
A Financial Statement for 2012-2013 is available here. You also might enjoy our Summer 2013 Newsletter and our updated PWA Brochure, both downloadable as pdf files.
The keystone of PWA's success is its base of enthusiastic members. Read more about the benefits of joining PWA!
PWA now is on Facebook – check us out!
Board of Directors (Annual Meeting 7/17/2013)
Peggy Drake, President
Carol Knapp, Vice President
Bill Brewer, Treasurer
Jill Rice, Secretary
George Keyes, Ph.D.
Martha Naismith (Seasonal)
Minnis, Ph.D. (brief bio)
Carolyn Shubert (brief bio)