The Town of Stoughton was recently awarded $96,836 for projects at the Dawe School that will help fight stormwater pollution.
Students around the Neponset Watershed are learning about real world water issues and doing their part to get the message across.
We are reducing polluted stormwater runoff throughout the local communities across the Neponset Watershed with assistance from grants, partnerships, and volunteers. When rain falls on hard surfaces it washes a number of pollutants into storm drains including: bacteria and parasites from pet waste chemicals from fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides Phosphorous from leaves and grass clippings snow/ice […]
Check out the progress on the rain garden/green infrastructure project at the elementary school in Stoughton.
The Joseph H. Gibbons Elementary School in Stoughton is slated to receive a major green infrastructure upgrade thanks to a partnership between the Stoughton Engineering Department, the Neponset River Watershed Association (NepRWA), and MassDEP. Two bioretention basins, an infiltration basin and and underground infiltration chamber, designed to collect and filter polluted stormwater runoff from the […]
Our staff has been extremely busy this spring with exciting stormwater projects in nine different communities.
Innovative regional project aims to restore natural streamflows in the Charles and Neponset River.
Most towns within the watershed have implemented outdoor water restrictions through the fall.
The Gibbons School in Stoughton will be sporting new stormwater management features thanks to a recent grant proposal.
Soon the Gibbons School in Stoughton will be sporting some snazzy new stormwater management features thanks to a grant proposal written by the Watershed Association and the Stoughton Engineering Department.