Charitable gifts remain tax deductible following the 2017 revisions to the federal tax code, and several new incentives for charitable giving were added.
Preparing and sending out NepRWA’s newsletter and renewal is no small task, and volunteers have always been vital to getting our mailers out the door. In my experience, it is an opportunity to interact with members of our community and organization. Since I have been here, we have put our mailers together here at headquarters: […]
The parcel of land at issue is one of the few naturally vegetated and undeveloped stretches of riverfront in Norwood.
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.
Thank you to everyone that came out for a 'Night With The Neponset' at Dorchester Brewing Company!
By using the solutions we already find in nature. According to the UN-Water website– World Water Day, which is on March 22 every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. This year’s theme, ‘Nature for Water’, explores nature-based solutions (NBS) to the water challenges we face in the 21st century. The […]
The Neponset reaches new highs
State leaders are signaling their willingness to take climate change a little more seriously.
Here are some ways to experience the procession of natural wonders that occurs every spring in our watershed. Be sure to get out there with your family and create indelible memories in the minds of your children and/or grandchildren. March Woodcock mating flight Starting in early March, visit a field or a meadow as darkness […]
It's time to help cleanup and beautify our storm weary coastline.
Chris & Annie are working hard to remove Phragmites, an invasive plant, in Milton. NepRWA staff and volunteers are working to remove Phragmites to help restore Pine Tree Brook in Milton. The plan is to cut back the dead material from past year’s growth and burn the cut reeds (seen in the video) for site […]
The Neponset River flooded the Greenway Trail and Neponset II Park during the coastal nor'easter.
Thanks to you - House Bill 2777 was NOT approved by the Joint Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture!
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.
A healthy environment should be a state priority!
This winter, try using "greener" ice melting products to minimize the harmful effects of salt on our environment.
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.
Updated, February 5, 2018— Much thanks to Les Tyrala and Steve Olanoff who led the Winter Birds of Squantum Point Walk on Sat., Feb 3. The following birds were seen: Brant (Wollaston Beach) 13 Canada Goose (Wollaston Beach) 5 Black Duck 2 Common Eider 18 Bufflehead 9 Common Goldeneye 13 Red breasted Merganser (males displaying) […]
Frogs and turtles go to extraordinary lengths to survive the harsh New England winters.