More than 30 people enjoyed sunshine and early autumn color on our Fall Walk in the beautiful woodlands surrounding the Weir River Water System (WRWS) on October 16. Local naturalist and wetlands scientist Steve Ivas and WRWS Managing Director Russell Tierney led the group along sometimes steep terrain up to an esker walk with views of some of the kettle ponds in the WRWS, which services Hingham, Hull, and north Cohasset. The guides shared their knowledge of the area’s geographic history, how the water system was designed, and the trees, plants, and mushrooms along the way. An optional tour of the water treatment facility was enjoyed by interested guests at the walk’s conclusion. Click on any image to enjoy a slide show!