Guest blog by NepRWA Board Member and Sharon Resident, Paul Lauenstein On November 5, 2019, Sharon Town Meeting voted to use Community Preservation Act funds and a grant from the state to purchase and preserve most of this 337-acre parcel of natural open space, which has been classified as Priority Habitat by the Massachusetts Natural […]
Update: Sept. 10, 2019 – 11:28am – Lake Massapoag in Sharon is reopened for all water activities From the Sharon Board of Health: Test results confirmed that there are no harmful levels of blue-green algae. We thank the residents for their patience this past week. August 29, 2019 — Press release from Sharon, MA Board […]
When the leaves turn, it's time to head home.
Most towns within the watershed have implemented outdoor water restrictions through the fall.
A 40B project raises questions about water quality Last year a Framingham developer proposed to build a 174-unit apartment complex including affordable housing on a sloping four-acre meadow in a neighborhood of single-family homes on Moosehill Road in Walpole. The sandy meadow is dry on top but leaks badly at its lower edges, since it […]