The Neponset River Watershed Association is a grassroots, member-supported conservation group working since 1967 to clean up and protect the Neponset River, its tributaries and surrounding watershed lands.
With help from members, the Neponset River has made great progress since its days as a severely polluted industrial river, and much of the river has been opened up for canoeing, bike paths and waterfront parks.
Membership helps to fund water quality monitoring, school programs, river cleanups, research and advocacy. It also allows us to work with local towns, state and federal agencies to help prevent pollution and increase conservation.
We're all connected by our waterways and affected by what happens in our neighboring cities and towns. Membership helps to ensure that we do our part to sustain healthy waters.
- Enrollment in the Neponset News print newsletter
- A subscription to our monthly e-newsletter
- Paddlers guide to the Neponset River
- Invitations to all events
- Acknowledgement in our annual report
The Neponset Watershed Association is a 501c3 nonprofit. All memberships and donations are tax deductible. Fast, secure credit card processing by Stripe.com.
There are many ways to help NepRWA complete its mission to clean up and protect the Neponset River, its tributaries and surrounding watershed lands. Perhaps you'll consider becoming a River Guardian and donate monthly.
A simple and versatile way to ensure we can continue our work for years to come is a gift in your will or living trust, known as a charitable bequest.
If you have any questions about monthly giving or charitable bequests, please email Development Director, Dee Mullen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 781 575-0354 ext. 303.
Additional membership information can be found at membership and donation FAQ.
For more information on this program, other types of giving, or the benefits of joining the Neponset Society and additional Neponset Society membership levels not listed above, contact Dee Mullen at email@example.com, or 781-575-0354 ext. 303.