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Blueback herring, alewives and American shad have been spotted near the BU bridge and the Watertown Dam as they leave the Atlantic Ocean and swim upstream to lay their eggs in the Charles River.
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CRWA WORKS WITH COMMUNITY TO PLANT VEGETABLE GARDEN
Next week CRWA and Chelsea Collaborative will work with residents of the Mace Apartments to create a community vegetable garden at the Mace Apartments in Chelsea.
This garden will be planted in conjunction with a project with the City of Chelsea, Chelsea Housing Authority and Chelsea Collaborative to provide environmental improvements for the apartments' parking lot at the end of Crescent Ave.
Upon completion, the project will treat stormwater runoff before discharging to the adjacent Mill Creek. Additionally, the project will add greenspace and beauty to the area and reduce impervious (paved over) areas.
For more information on this project, click here
|5/13/2013||RUN OF CHARLES: Ashland Club wins 24-mile relay|
|4/21/2013||Tons of Untreated Sewage Flows Into New England Waterways|
|4/20/2013||Charles River Watershed Association Honors Newton Residents|
|4/13/2013||25 Lessons in 25 Years: Building Blue Cities|
|4/12/13||CLF and Anthony Iarrapino awarded premier honor by the Charles River Watershed Association|
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