CRWA in the News
Cleaning up invasive aquatic plants from Charles River
By Prat Thakkar
NECN.com, Sunday July 19, 2009
It is a Bay State invasion.
Water chestnuts are taking over water ways, threatening vegetation and marine life.
A water chestnut is an aquatic plant that can choke water in shallow sections close to shorelines.
On Sunday afternoon, the fight is on to remove the invasive species from the Charles River.
NECN reporter Prat Thakkar is in Boston with more on the clean-up project.