Join NepRWA staff and volunteers as we clean up the waterfronts and parklands along the Neponset River!
Thanks to everyone who helped with the Neponset River Fall Cleanup!
Actions by the Trump and Baker Administrations further delay long overdue investments to reduce stormwater pollution.
The NepRWA staff and board has been busy as of late, visiting the Norwood and Stoughton Public Libraries for Earth Day events; organizing a large clean-up of the Riverwalk in Quincy; and promoting rain gardens and water conservation at the Annual Green Day event in Sharon. There’s a lot of activity in our fourteen-town watershed, […]
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There are many ways to make a difference in the health of the Neponset Watershed, whether by taking action at your home or office, or by volunteering for a cleanup, or by supporting us with your membership. Become a member Become a member today and help to protect the water, wildlife and land in the […]
We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the year, so be sure to sign up for our emails to stay up to date. As a volunteer, you might: sample water at streams around the watershed work with other volunteers on a river cleanup staff an event table on behalf of the Watershed Association take photo’s […]
Our staff work individually, together, and with outside partners on projects in the watershed. Project partners have included town departments, state agencies, federal agencies, teachers, and more. Our projects include: Advocacy Citizen Water-Quality Monitoring Network (CWMN) Habitat Restoration Hotspot Program Land Protection Neponset Stormwater Partnership Publications River Cleanups School Programs Stormwater Surveys Water Conservation For […]