Tracking an invasive species with Google Maps
Spring is a great time to begin new projects. At NepRWA, we have a number of opportunities and suggestions to get you started.
With the arrival of spring, NepRWA staff begin looking forward to a busy and exciting season, as many of our projects begin to ramp back up.
Wherever possible, choose plants that are drought tolerant and native to our area, to reduce water use by up to 50%.
And not just one species either
Calling all volunteers! Let’s get ready for spring! Join us on DCR Park Serve Day, a statewide volunteer service day, and help beautify our favorite river. We’re cleaning up multiple sites along the Neponset River Estuary. Choose a site that’s convenient for you and show up at 9am ready to help! NEW: To save […]
Common household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually across the U.S.
You can help make sure that our parks – including the Blue Hills – receive the funding that they need.
All the dead trees you could ever want
Innovative regional project aims to restore natural streamflows in the Charles and Neponset River.
The Neponset River needs a strong advocate more than ever! Thanks to your generous support last fall, we are expanding our advocacy efforts by hiring a part time Advocacy Director.
Bills to address drought response, water conservation, water pollution, a troublesome bridge, and funding for environmental agencies top our list of priorities.
With the arrival of 2017, the Neponset River Watershed Association marks a major milestone: fifty years since the founding of our organization.
At this time of year, when biological activity is at a mininum and anything exposed to air risks freezing, one plant stays green by staying underwater.
Restoring Our River, Celebrating Our Success, Building Our Capacity
The first season of the Hotspot Monitoring Program has been a great success!
Anything can come up on a sandbar
Thank you to everyone who has gotten us off to a strong start toward achieving our goals for the River during 2017!
The 2016 Citizen Water Monitoring Network (CWMN) season wrapped up on Wednesday, October 13.
The final stormwater structure is currently under construction on Avery Street.