Pembroke Watershed Association - P.O. Box 368, Pembroke MA 02359


OUR SINCERE THANKS TO
JOSH CUTLER



Josh Cutler, State Representative for Duxbury, Hanson and Pembroke
Josh Cutler, State Representative for Duxbury, Hanson and Pembroke
secured $50,000 from the state for the Town of Pembroke to be used by the PWA for the cleanup of our ponds.
Selectman Dan Trabucco, Selectwoman Michelle Burt, Selectman Arthur Boyle, PWA President Hal Johnson, Director and pond supervisor Ray Holman, and Representative Josh Cutler
Selectman Dan Trabucco, Selectwoman Michelle Burt, Selectman Arthur Boyle, PWA President Hal Johnson, Director and pond supervisor Ray Holman, and Representative Josh Cutler












 2014 RAFFLE WINNERS 
1st prize - 2 kayaks - Jackie Curran, Pembroke
2nd prize - $150 - Chuck Montgomery, Hanson
3rd prize - $125 - Steven Milenski, Whitman 
 

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 More information on the Membership Page.
 
 

      "Mission Statement"   
 To educate the public and to restore the ponds
                 of Pembroke for clean and safe recreational use                
                                                                         
What is a Watershed?
 
A watershed consists of an area of land where run-off from higher elevations is channeled into a specific body of water such as a pond, lake, river, or ocean.  A watershed is a way to divide up landscapes, particularly when considering water issues.
 
Massachusetts has 27 major watersheds.  The Southeastern section of the Commonwealth consists of 5 major watershed areas, and the South Coastal Watershed is one of them.
 
Pembroke is one of 14 towns within the South Coastal Watershed.  The Pembroke Watershed Association is Pembroke’s own watershed.
 
Watershed groups, because of some issues specific to their particular locations, vary some in their goals.  However, the common thread they all share is clean water and addressing whatever needs to be done to correct and preserve it in their individual areas.  This means attracting members who will volunteer time, educate the public, work toward their goals, and seek funding to attain a satisfactory result.  
      
Oldham Pond
 
Furnace Pond
 
Stetson Pond
 
Hobomock Pond
 
Little Sandy Bottom Pond