Meghna credits her internship at MyRWA for showing her that academic research and citizen science can work together to have a direct impact on our environment and conservation efforts.
From filtering pollutants before they reach our rivers, to cooling our cities, to making us happier—urban trees are an important part of a healthy community. Read about our initiative to plant 100 trees in Somerville.
A big THANK YOU to Kyle McGinley and Eagle Troop 507 who got in canoes and cleaned trash on the Mystic River's edge from the Medford Crew docks to the Rt. 16 Bridge past Medford Square.
Thanks to the many people who joined us to learn more about the programming during the SPOTLIGHTS event.
The Mystic River Watershed Association, in partnership with the cities of Everett, Malden, and Medford recently completed the Malden River Greenway Vision Plan to reimagine the future of the Malden River.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Photo Contest! Contest categories included: People in Parks, Landscape, Wildlife and Recreation on the Water.
Hear from Michael why he cares about a healthy Mystic as part of our Member Spotlight!
MyRWA and others are suing the federal government over the delay of a stormwater permit - a critical measure protecting our local waterways.
Through funding from Somerville’s Community Preservation Act, the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) in partnership with the Department of Conservation (DCR) and Groundwork Somerville will create a comprehensive, community-driven redesign for Blessing of the Bay Park on the Mystic River.
MyRWA teamed up with youth from GreenRoots and Groundwork Somerville to apply stormdrain stencils in 4 languages!