Your donation can help secure a $15,000 challenge grant to expand stormwater prevention projects in our cities and towns. A newly released federal permit is focused on preventing polluted stormwater runoff, and NepRWA wants to capitalize on this opportunity by expanding outreach, advocacy and technical assistance for our cities and towns, but to implement our […]
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Legacy contamination in the reservoir must be cleaned up.
Thanks to everyone who helped with the Neponset River Fall Cleanup!
After years of delay and with the help of a successful lawsuit by conservation groups, a new, much stronger permit for stormwater discharges by municipalities in Massachusetts finally took effect on July 1.
The Neponset reaches new highs
Canoeing or kayaking There are lots of options for boating along the Neponset River, and in local ponds and lakes. Some of our favorite paddles include: Launching from Signal Hill in Canton and heading upstream or downstream Paul’s Bridge in Milton – heading upstream Neponset Estuary (best at mid to high tide), launching from Milton […]
One of the best ways to explore the Neponset River is by canoe or kayak.
View Map Fullscreen One of our priorities is to locate and eliminate pollution “hot spots” within the Neponset Watershed. Based off of observations in the field and from data collected from our Citizen Water Monitoring Network, we’ve been able to identify areas throughout the watershed that have suspected contamination from unknown sources. Using this information, […]
We're helping our communities do a better job on their stormwater cleanup efforts through regional cooperation.
A watershed is the area of land that drains into a body of water, like a river, pond, harbor or lake.