The Neponset River makes a comeback with better E. coli, Phosphorus, and Dissolved Oxygen levels in September.
Data from July's CWMN Event
If you are unaware, NepRWA has had a longstanding water quality monitoring program called the Citizens’ Water Monitoring Network (CWMN, pronounced swimmin’). This program is currently the only source of up to date information regarding water quality in the freshwater sections of the Neponset Watershed. The CWMN program is an entirely volunteer based program, where […]
The Community Water Monitoring Network or “CWMN” is an Environmental Protection Agency-approved, volunteer-based approach to water quality monitoring that has been running at NepRWA for over 20 years. Covid-19 update: We have developed procedures that will allow CWMN to proceed safely for both volunteers and staff by ensuring compliance with current Commonwealth and CDC social […]