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The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) works to protect and restore the Mystic River, its tributaries and watershed lands.
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MysticRiverWatershed 13h
With your help the DPW site can become a beautiful public park—but we need your input! Join us at a meeting on 01/30 to continue the community conversation about the future of Malden’s waterfront. Details:
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 21
Did you hear? MyRWA collaborated with the state to secure 3/4 million for the Clippership Connector in Medford! We're excited to see this vision come to life in 2020.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 21
Today's the day--Join to learn about what the Town is doing to prepare for climate change and to offer feedback on these ideas and plans.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 19
We need your help! Submit your thoughts on the Malden River and what you'd like to see in a waterfront park. Survey takes less than 2 minutes City of Malden (Official) Friends of the Malden River
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 17
Join "e" Inc for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on 01/25! This film fest is a fantastic tour of short films about the planet. It will be a wonderful night full of food, films, cash bar, live music, and a silent auction. Buy your tickets ASAP.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 16
From the desk of our executive director -- the public should be alerted when sewage spills into our rivers... RT if you agree.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 16
Just wait for May when the river herring arrive...and the black crowned night herons will be here too!
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Patrick Herron Jan 13
Proud of the partnership with Everett schools made possible by support from
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 16
Winchester residents--Join next week to learn about what the Town is doing to prepare for climate change and to offer feedback on these ideas and plans.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 15
MyRWA collaborated with to secure 3/4 million for the Clippership Connector in Medford! This new half-mile shared-use path that will link 5 miles of park and path in either direction, for a total of 10 miles of paths on the Mystic.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 14
Last week, MyRWA Education Manager, Marian Miller, worked with 5th graders to learn about and develop solutions to stormwater pollution. Generously funded by .
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 9
Harbor seals in the Lower Mystic River!
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 8
Our very own Greenways Director, Amber Christoffersen, speaking about the potential new pedestrian bridge linking Everett to Assembly Row in Somerville.
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Amanda Linehan Jan 7
is tackling climate vulnerabilities to prepare for natural hazards, changing weather and environmental risks so we can prioritize actions & open ourselves up to state grants for resilience! are all in the house.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 8
Wow--from the desk of our Watershed Scientist!
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 3
Last month, a full day workshop took place to identify the emerging climate change needs and priorities in Malden. Join the on 01/07 to learn about their findings and provide your own feedback and ideas.
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 2
Do not despair! You can still count fish this winter:
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MysticRiverWatershed Jan 1
Wishing you an extraordinary 2020!
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MysticRiverWatershed Dec 31
So excited for 10 miles of contiguous trails along the Mystic River! What a great way to end 2019.
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MysticRiverWatershed Dec 30
Your gift will help us meet our goal of $120,000 before the end of the year. The impact: cleaner, healthier and more resilient Mystic for everyone!
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