More than 400 volunteers turned out for the Neponset River Cleanup on September 25.
With thousands of acres of parks and open space, there’s more recreational activity going on in our Watershed than we can possibly list! Here are just a few suggestions to get you started… Canton Hike some (or all) of the 12.7 mile Skyline Trail along the ridge of Blue Hills Reservation. Take a hike around […]
Update: On July 27, 2015, Boston 2024 withdrew its bid to host the Olympic Games.
NepRWA volunteers help to clean up the Quincy RiverWalk as part of DCR’s Park Serve Day, and make a huge impact!
On the first Saturday in December, about 30 persons of all ages and sizes assembled at 2 PM in the glassed-in kiosk at Squantum Point Park in Quincy to explore the recently-opened Riverwalk.
After twelve long years of sweat and tears by the Neponset River Watershed Association and local Quincy citizens, the Quincy RiverWalk officially opened at noon on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. A Ribbon Cutting ceremony was held at the Adams Inn Gazebo, 29 Hancock St., Quincy right next to the Neponset Avenue Bridge. Speakers included Quincy […]
The City of Quincy has authorized the Neponset River Watershed Association to proceed on constructing the final portion of the two mile long northern section of the Quincy Neponset Riverwalk. Once the project is complete, the Riverwalk will run along the Neponset Estuary from the pile-supported gazebo at Adams Inn north to Squantum Point in […]