Westport River Watershed Alliance 2020 calendars available

Posted 11/28/19

Westport River Watershed Alliance 2020 photo calendars are now available. The calendars feature local tide graphs and photos of Westport scenes. 

This year’s photos are the winners …

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Westport River Watershed Alliance 2020 calendars available

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Westport River Watershed Alliance 2020 photo calendars are now available. The calendars feature local tide graphs and photos of Westport scenes. 

This year’s photos are the winners chosen from over 80 entries in WRWA’s photo contest held this past spring. An independent group of volunteer judges viewed the photos and selected the winners last May.

The photographs, donated by area photographers, represent the most beautiful of Westport landscapes throughout the seasons, along with some remarkable wildlife shots. 

“We had so many photos of beautiful scenes that are uniquely Westport, and some distinctive native wildlife shots for our photo contest,” says Deborah Weaver, WRWA executive director. “The submissions just seem to get better each year. Our thanks to all the talented photographers!” 

The winning photos were provided by local photographers Kim Brittain, Rich Castenson, Jane Dahill Flanagan, Mark Goulding, Joanne Humphrey, Brian Mullaney, Norma Pineault, Greg Stone, Betsy Szel, Amelia Tripp and Michael Wrightington.

The calendars are on sale now at the WRWA headquarters at 493 Old County Road, on line at www.westportwatershed.org, and locally at Partners Village Store and the Dedee Shattuck Gallery.

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