Mystic River Watershed Association Uses New Underwater Video Camera This May For Annual Herring Count Project

Mystic River Watershed Association Uses New Underwater Video Camera This May For Annual Herring Count Project

A new project led by the Mystic River Watershed Association is broadcasting the river herring migration in the Mystic River this spring, and you are needed to help make it a success.  A motion-sensor underwater video camera at the Upper Mystic Lake dam fish ladder in Medford now records the herring migration 24 hours a day. 

Meet our new Herring Education Intern!

Meet our new Herring Education Intern!

Meet MyRWA's Herring Education intern, Emma Arnesty-Good. The San Francisco native and white-water rafting guide recently graduated from Tufts University with a degree in American Studies. She is now leading the way on a new program on the Mystic by working with teachers to bring the herring migration to classrooms throughout the watershed.