The accomplishments of 2022 begin with your 2021 year end contribution!
EPA discusses plans to nominate lower Neponset River to "superfund" list to address contaminated sediments
Listen in as Neil Rhein of Keep Mass Beautiful interviews NepRWA's Ian Cooke about All Things Water
The Neponset River Greenway Trail was voted the 2018 "best neighborhood diversion in Dorchester" by the editors of Boston Magazine.
It is with great sadness that we note the untimely passing of our friend, Barbara Baxter of Hyde Park.
The extraordinary high tide in the Neponset Estuary a few weeks ago provided a clear message: it’s time for the Commonwealth and our communities to get serious about climate adaptation.
Acting like a sponge, Fowl Meadow absorbs massive quantities of flood waters and protects communities downstream, mainly Boston and Milton.
Going “hyperlocal” means getting our volunteers and staff much more deeply engaged in helping each of our municipalities to cleanup and protect the Neponset River and its watershed. Donate today to support clean water in your community. Why hyperlocal? Because almost everything that really matters gets DONE at the municipal level. Fixing leaky sewers? Check. […]
Make the government a partner in your charitable priorities with a donation of appreciated stock or IRA shares instead of cash.
A landowner, abutters, DCR and NepRWA collaborate to save one of the few unprotected endangered species habitats inside 95/128.
Actions by the Trump and Baker Administrations further delay long overdue investments to reduce stormwater pollution.
NepRWA needs your help with a new study of fishing and fish consumption in the Neponset River Watershed.
Improving water efficiency is a front line defense of the Neponset and rivers across America, that saves ratepayers huge amounts of money.
Our staff has been extremely busy this spring with exciting stormwater projects in nine different communities.
In the works since 1986, a new 15-acre park overlooking the river in the Port Norfolk neighborhood of Dorchester becomes official.
With little fanfare, the construction fences came down this past weekend, and the long awaited connection between Central Avenue and Mattapan Square was complete!
“Team Neponset” managed to meet with seven of our legislators and/or their staff members, giving us bragging rights for most visits by a team in one day (by far).
Initial moves by the Trump Administration threaten the health of waterways both across the nation and here in the Neponset Valley.
Innovative regional project aims to restore natural streamflows in the Charles and Neponset River.
Bills to address drought response, water conservation, water pollution, a troublesome bridge, and funding for environmental agencies top our list of priorities.