SWIM's "Adopt a Beach" Cleanup team meets on the 2nd weekend of each month (during low tides). To learn more about this program, click here.
Learn How to Soak Up the Rain with a Rain Garden! (What is a Rain Garden?)
Nahant S.W.I.M. Inc. will sponsor a program presented by Barbara Warren, executive director of Salem Sound Coastwatch, on Wednesday, March 6th at 7 p.m. at the Nahant Life Saving Station, about natural ways to slow the flow of rainwater, including the planting of gardens designed to capture and absorb rainwater. These “rain gardens” can be tiny areas in your yards or large enough to serve hillsides or parking lots. In these times of unusually high rates of rainfall we need new techniques to reduce flooding of our basements, land, driveways and streets. Small-scale stormwater management is very important for Nahant and we hope you will attend this event and bring your questions and ideas. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Nahant Town Meeting
SWIM will have a table set up before the Town Meeting on the last Saturday of April with a display and educational materials for SWIM projects and initiatives, including re-usable water bottles.
7th Annual Nahant Beaches Cleanup Day
Particpants to meet at Short Beach or Tudor Beach. At Short Beach, park in the Lowlands lot, and sign in at the Life Saving Station.
SWIM's Annual Meeting
Additional details to follow.