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Cities Don't Always Tell You When There's Sewage In The River. A New Bill Would Change That

Cities Don't Always Tell You When There's Sewage In The River. A New Bill Would Change That

Statewide, about 200 active outfall pipes located in 18 cities discharge billions of gallons of sewage annually. The best short-term goal: simply letting the public know when there's sewage in the water. Great article, even better recording featuring our executive director, Patrick Herron! From WBUR.


Keeping Money in the Mystic

Keeping Money in the Mystic

Executive Directors of MyRWA and GreenRoots travelled to Washington, D.C. to meet with the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) Council and request restoration funding meant for the Mystic—and succeeded!