You can help make sure that our parks – including the Blue Hills – receive the funding that they need.
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.
Do you know how clean your water really is?
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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.
Many people are thinking about the holidays this time of year and not necessarily about drought, but this year is different. As of this writing, much of our watershed is still in moderate to severe drought (see map below), as evidenced by the US Drought Monitor map released on Dec. 1, 2016. Take these actions […]
Due to a recent resignation, the Boston Conservation Commission has a vacancy that, under the terms of the City ordinance (see below), must be filled by a nominee from one of listed organizations below. You can learn more about the Conservation Commission at https://www.boston.gov/environment-and-energy/protecting-bostons-wetlands. 7-1 CONSERVATION COMMISSION. 7-1.1 Composition of Board; Terms of Office. There shall […]
We're excited to announce that we've created an interactive map that shows the locations of our sampling points and corresponding data.
We're helping our communities do a better job on their stormwater cleanup efforts through regional cooperation.
November drought maps show that we're not out of the woods yet.
This election season, residents of Boston, Norwood and Dedham can shape their community's future for the better by voting to adopt the Community Preservation Act.