Calling all citizens of the watershed! Do you know of somewhere that looks like this…? Do you want it to look like this? Well then we have a solution for you! We are looking for areas in the Neponset Watershed to be considered as sites for this year’s Spring Cleanup. If there is a place […]
NepRWA’s regional program, the Neponset Stormwater Partnership (NSP), has kicked off the new year on a high note with many towns within the watershed signing on to participate in the 2019 NSP program year. This year marks the fourth year of community commitment to the NSP and is the first year of multiple reporting deadlines […]
Guest blog by Ruth Gopen, Sharon resident Feb. 2019– I’m a fairly new dog owner, though I actually never expected to be one. A handsome little pup with soulful brown eyes came into our lives last June, rescued from down south, and it was love at first sight. He’s full of energy and loves people, […]
Registration is full. We offer walks on a regular basis so keep an eye out for future events! Neponset Greenway Geology Walk Sat., August 10 from 10am-2pm Along Greenway Trail in Milton/Dorchester Les Tyrala, registered geologist and NepRWA board member, will lead a geology walk along the Neponset River tidal estuary. Examine puddingstone and glacial features along quiet […]
The public is invited to join the staff of the Neponset River Watershed Association on February 7th at the Canton Public Library from 6:45 to 8:00 pm for an Annual Presentation of local water quality results.
Winter won’t vanish overnight Monday, February 4 was 58 sunny degrees atop Blue Hill from 2 to 3 PM after about ten days of subfreezing weather. After lunch the warmth drew me out of the house. I thought I would photo some ice. Here’s some blue afternoon puddles and cattails on the Blue Hills Reservoir […]
State and Federal Officials Award $1 Million Settlement Funding to Ecological Restoration Projects in Upper Neponset River Watershed
You don't have to travel very far to find terrific outdoor adventures.
Flooding and droughts are getting more intense. For this reason, we should be planning our landscapes for weather extremes.
It's a year round problem. Dog waste that's left on the ground can lead to serious water pollution issues.
Does a pup at Milton Landing indicate that there are fish nearby?
It’s mid-January and we’re all wondering where the snow is. For some of us, no snow makes for the perfect winter, but for others, it’s not quite winter until we have a major snowstorm blanketing everything in white. For now, old photos will have to do. Behind the Neponset River Watershed Association office in Canton, […]
In the waning hours of of December 31 we beat our challenge grant goal of $15,000 in new or increased donations. In fact, we overshot a bit, raising just over $18,000 in qualifying gifts and pledges. That means we’ll have a total of $33,000 to expand education and technical assistance programs aimed at ending polluted […]
As one stormwater project wraps up another is just beginning.
As we reflect back on 2018, we want to THANK YOU for helping to restore the Neponset River, in communities from Foxborough to Quincy, and everywhere in between. Your generosity supported: Two major river cleanups that removed multiple tons of trash More than a thousand people discovering the river in July at the 2018 Neponset RiverFest with boating, […]
Neponset River Annual Meeting – Wed., June 5 Boston Scientific Corporation, 500 Commander Shea Blvd, Quincy, MA 02171. Our guest speaker will be Paul Kirshen, UMass/Boston Professor, School for the Environment and Co-Academic Director of the Sustainable Solutions Lab. More details as we get closer to the date. To sponsor, contact Development Director, Dee Mullen […]
Here are some delicious holiday recipes that can be enjoyed anytime.
On Dec. 1, Les Tyrala, a registered geologist and NepRWA board member, led a small group on a tour of the Quincy Quarries. While Les’ geology talk was fascinating, one couldn’t ignore the brilliant graffiti throughout the site.
Working together with our watershed neighbors leads to successful projects.
We ended the sampling year on a strong note!