To everyone waiting anxiously for the results of the 2017 CWMN season - the wait is (sort of) over!
The majority of our CWMN volunteers managed to get samples for August, despite drought-induced low water levels throughout the Watershed.
Our Citizen's Water Monitoring Network (CWMN) program has wrapped up for another year with our last sampling event in October. Results show a healthy river in many places, but some problem spots remain.
Data from July's CWMN Event
Ishan Shukla, a young volunteer from Milton, is looking for ways to keep our streams cleaner.
Recent water quality data shows high bacteria levels during wet weather.
Materials necessary for participating in the Community Water Monitoring Network (CWMN) program are below. You can find out more about CWMN by contacting our Environmental Science Fellow, Eleanor Yeomans at email@example.com or 781-575-0354 x 302. CWMN Data Sheets CWMN Field Data Sheet, 2022 Version Dissolved Oxygen Data Sheet, 2022 Version CWMN Sampling Manuals CWMN Sampling […]
Explore water quality in the Neponset Watershed with the Interactive Water Quality Map! All of this data was collected by current and past CWMN samplers. How to use the ‘Interactive Water Quality Map’ Click image above to view the map Scroll to zoom in or out To view the water quality data click on a […]