Access to the Mystic River and awareness of the value it provides underpin the success of Mystic River Watershed Association’s efforts. Without access we cannot create awareness; without awareness we cannot create change. MyRWA is the voice of this river and is leading the way: to a healthy Mystic enjoyed by all.
The Watertown Tab? reported on the Charles River Cleanup. “On Saturday, April 25, volunteers picked up trash in Watertown as part of the 16th Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup. In a collaboration led by Charles River Watershed Association (CRWA), volunteers from over 130 groups throughout the Watershed worked together to remove litter and invasive species from the banks of the Charles River and surrounding parks. You can see an album of pictures at our Facebook page?.
The Mystic River Watershed Association is celebrating the river’s many recreational opportunities through events like the Herring Run and Paddle that includes a 5K run/walk race, three paddling races (3, 9, and 12 miles), educational booths, children’s activities, and more. Here’s how you can join the fun on Sunday, May 17th in Somerville.
An exciting improvement is in the works for the Charles River in Watertown. The Department of Conservation and Recreation in partnership with the Solomon Foundation will reclaim 1.5 acres of parkland and establish a new recreation path along the Charles River as part of a reconfiguration of Greenough Boulevard.
There is a great project underway on the Watertown Riverfront. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) sent this progress report.
Senator Brownsberger sent the following letter to DCR Comissioner Jack Murray regarding open water swimming at Walden Pond: Department of Conservation and Recreation Attn: Commissioner Jack Murray 251 Causeway […]