December 2022 Despite lingering Covid restrictions, 2022 turned out to be an amazing year for the Neponset River thanks to our volunteers, donors, staff, board, and partners. Scroll down for a few highlights. Climate Adaptation Assembled a coalition of 12 communities from Quincy and Boston all the way to Foxborough to explore opportunities to implement […]
We can't say it often enough -- our volunteers are just awesome!
Recently, a group of 25 volunteers joined NepRWA staff to remove water chestnut from Silk Mill Pond in Canton.
Last Saturday over 150 volunteers from all over the watershed and beyond gathered at 7 different locations along the Neponset River from Hyde Park to Mattapan to Milton to participate in the Neponset River Watershed Association’s 8th fall cleanup. People of all ages came together to clean up over 7 total miles of the river […]
We ended the sampling year on a strong note!
It is with great sadness that we note the untimely passing of our friend, Barbara Baxter of Hyde Park.
You don't have to be a formally educated scientist to be a citizen scientist - all you need is the willingness to participate!
The success of our water sampling program is due to the tremendous dedication of our CWMN volunteers.
It took 19 very enthusiastic volunteers only two hours to clear a pair of boulder dams from Traphole Brook in Walpole last month. But the native brook trout for which Traphole is famous, were even faster, moving up through their newly restored habitat just 30 minutes after the dam had been cleared.
We are currently seeking volunteers to help with the 2015 CWMN season. Volunteers play a vital role in monitoring water quality throughout the watershed.
Volunteers and staff enjoyed an end of season pizza party for the Citizen Water Monitoring Network.
Member support makes all the difference in protecting and restoring the Neponset River and its watershed, but the River needs more friends!