The Canton Ave. Dam in Milton has finally been removed!
A months-long temperature study provides key information for native brook trout.
June 2020 -- Milton Town Meeting members overwhelmingly approve an update to the town's Stormwater Management Bylaw.
The 2018 Hotspot season is underway and major issues remain at the Dedham Transfer Station
Chris & Annie are working hard to remove Phragmites, an invasive plant, in Milton. NepRWA staff and volunteers are working to remove Phragmites to help restore Pine Tree Brook in Milton. The plan is to cut back the dead material from past year’s growth and burn the cut reeds (seen in the video) for site […]
NepRWA and the Town of Milton are partnering to clean up polluted stormwater runoff by upgrading Wendell Park with a series of six tree filter boxes.
Much like a river, uncovering the history of Harling’s Mill took unexpected bends with many side channels along the way.
Brook trout are almost unheard of in greater Boston, which makes the Pine Tree Brook population a very rare and special population worth protecting and conserving.
The water sampling results are in and the findings are encouraging. Kudos to the Norwood DPW for the progress they've made toward a healthier Meadow Brook.
We're working to identify and fix problem sites along the Neponset!
The Hotspot program is already showing signs of success.
Aquatic life stressed as water recedes in the Neponset and its tributaries
313 years after Governor William Stoughton of the Massachusetts Bay Colony left the land in trust to benefit Milton's poor, Milton's 34-acre Town Farm is being sold for residential development.
After some initial setbacks, our small dams program has regrouped and is now targeting three dams on Pine Tree Brook in Milton. We've also been working on a list of "micro" dams that can be remediated using volunteer crews.