Advocacy for the Malden River

Advocacy for the Malden River

MyRWA met with the Mystic Valley Development Commission (MVDC) on Tuesday, which oversees the River's Edge development project along the Malden River banks.

Chelsea activists join fight against Exxon Mobil

Chelsea activists join fight against Exxon Mobil

Chelsea activists join with the Conservation Law Foundation to sue ExxonMobil for their negligence in regards to climate change preparations at their facility along the Mystic and Island End rivers in Everett and Chelsea. 

Invasive Species and Water Quality Internship (summer 2017)

Invasive Species and  Water Quality Internship (summer 2017)

MyRWA seeks a motivated, well-organized and physically strong intern to assist in organizing an effort to remove invasive species from land and water, and to assist in water quality sampling and data management in a number of projects.

MyRWA's Letter Urges DEP to Restore Public Access on the Malden

MyRWA's Letter Urges DEP to Restore Public Access on the Malden

With leadership and support from our Policy Committee, MyRWA submitted a comment letter to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) regarding the Chapter 91 license application by National Grid, a large property owner along the Malden River. MyRWA urged National Grid to restore full waterfront access along its more than 2,000 feet of shoreline. 

Advocating for access to the Malden River - a testimony

Advocating for access to the Malden River - a testimony

On November 17th Patrick Herron, Executive Director of the Mystic River Watershed Association testified at the public hearing held in Everett by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA-DEP) regarding the Chapter 91 License Application for the National Grid site located along the Malden River. Click to read an excerpt from Patrick Herron’s remarks!