Hear from Ken why he cares about a healthy Mystic as part of our Member Spotlight!
MyRWA teamed up with youth from GreenRoots and Groundwork Somerville to apply stormdrain stencils in 4 languages!
MyRWA is thrilled to introduce you to our awesome team of summer interns:
The Mystic River Watershed Association in partnership with the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries estimated that 630,000 river herring migrated upstream to spawn at the Mystic Lakes this year.
In 2017, ninety trained citizen scientists counted the largest number of herring since the monitoring program began, documenting another strong Mystic River herring migration at an estimated 630,000 fish!
Mystic enthusiast and Arlington resident Rick Beinecke passed away suddenly on June 19th.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued an Administrative Order on Consent with the Town of Belmont over years of water quality damages. Over the next five years the town has agreed to make a significant investment in repairs to its storm water system.
On Thursday, October 6, 2016 the Mystic River Watershed Association and Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) kicked-off a series of improvements to Torbert Macdonald Park in Medford. Revitalization projects include newly paved paths, phragmities removal, a volunteer stewardship program – and future amenities such as a river overlook and picnic area.