Category Archives: Watershed News

CHOOSING THE RIGHT SONGBIRD FOOD

Bird watching is one of the most enjoyable pastimes of winter, and choosing the right food is a key to good bird watching. Some homeowners may want to focus on watching the strikingly colored woodpecker, whereas others may revel in … Continue reading

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PWA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STEPPING DOWN

The Lincoln County News featured an article about Executive Director Donna Minnis on December 16. “After nine years as executive director of the Pemaquid Watershed Association, Donna Minnis announced she would be resigning from her post in early 2016.” Read … Continue reading

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LAST MINUTE HOLIDAY IDEA

We have a magnificent hand-crafted cribbage board, made by master artisan Bruce Babb, for sale! This cribbage set is made of cherry with marquetry design using Avodire, Padauk, Holly and Walnut. This beautiful cribbage board with cards and pegs would … Continue reading

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PWA LAUNCHES MIDWINTER BIRD SEED SALE

This week, Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA) launches its midwinter bird seed sale featuring the most common seed varieties, including black oil sunflower seeds and thistle seed. Almost all the year-round songbirds in Maine eat sunflower seeds, including the chickadee, nuthatch, … Continue reading

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GREAT GIFTS THAT ALSO PROTECT NATURE

Give a gift that supports an organization that has been working to protect the local environment since 1966, the Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA). Gift ideas from PWA start as low as 75 cents. They include postcards of the PWA preserves, … Continue reading

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TALKIN’ TRASH: Good Practices for Small Businesses

Success of a business can be measured by the three E’s: economy, employees, and the environment. Most businesses are created to be economically viable — the business needs to make enough money to reap a profit. Employees who are productive, … Continue reading

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Changeover in Pemaquid Watershed Association Board

The Board of Directors of Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA) has elected four new Directors to fill vacated terms. The Board also has elected a new President, Michael Kane of Damariscotta, to fill the role of Peggy Drake, who resigned from … Continue reading

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“MOONSTRUCK” ART EXHIBIT

Damariscotta artist Polly Steadman will showcase her paintings at the Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA) office gallery in downtown Damariscotta from November 16 to the end of the year in an exhibit entitled, “Moonstruck”. The Association invites the public to a … Continue reading

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TALKIN’ TRASH: Recycling Odds and Ends, Part II

Last time I talked about how to properly dispose of odd items that you don’t have to get rid of very often but that still need to be kept out of the landfill. This time I’d like to give you … Continue reading

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