Last summer, we discovered a major pollution issue at the Dedham transfer station - and it doesn't appear to be getting any better.
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The June results are a bit worse than they were in May, but overall not terrible.
NepRWA staff spent a day with the Hyde Park Green Team and explored many different aspects of the River.
When is a street tree more than a tree? When it's planted in a special box designed to clean up stormwater pollution.
The Boch proposal represents a significant risk to the environment and reduces the town's resilience to climate change.
The 2018 Hotspot season is underway and major issues remain at the Dedham Transfer Station
State Officials Urge Continued Water Conservation
A new campaign, entitled “Think Blue Massachusetts” aims to create basic awareness of stormwater issues.
Students around the Neponset Watershed are learning about real world water issues and doing their part to get the message across.
The Federal Department of the Interior and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection recently released their draft restoration plan for the upper Neponset River.
It is with great sadness that we note the untimely passing of our friend, Barbara Baxter of Hyde Park.
A vanishing act by a valuable fish
Dumping of pet waste bags down a neighborhood storm drain causes an expensive problem for Canton.
The parcel of land at issue is one of the few naturally vegetated and undeveloped stretches of riverfront in Norwood.
Thank you to everyone that came out for a 'Night With The Neponset' at Dorchester Brewing Company!
The Neponset River flooded the Greenway Trail and Neponset II Park during the coastal nor'easter.
Boston has experienced 11 inches of sea level rise over the past 90 years of record keeping. In the face of climate change, this trend is showing no sign of slowing down.
Acting like a sponge, Fowl Meadow absorbs massive quantities of flood waters and protects communities downstream, mainly Boston and Milton.
NepRWA and the Town of Milton are partnering to clean up polluted stormwater runoff by upgrading Wendell Park with a series of six tree filter boxes.
Local governments can be more innovative and nimble in improving community resources and responding to residents’ concerns.