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Please join us for our Spring Celebration

Come celebrate another year of inspiring activity on the Mill River with us at our annual spring celebration. The party will take place on Friday April 26th, from 5 to 7 PM at the home of MRGI co-moderator Neal Bastek, … Continue reading

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2012: A look ahead

We hope you survived “winter” and are off to a great new year. We wanted to quickly let you know what we were up to in 2011 and what to look forward to from us in 2012. 2011 was a … Continue reading

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Irene Flooding

We’re still digesting the enormity of this weekend’s flooding of the Mill river — and cleaning up our own yards — we’ll scratch some more thoughts together once things settle down a bit. Hoping Northampton fares ok when the Connecticut … Continue reading

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Goshen Conservation Commission Seeking new members

The town of Goshen is desperately seeking some new members for the conservation commission. They are currently down to two members and can’t reach a quorum. The commission is charged with protecting the town’s wetlands including the headwaters of the … Continue reading

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Williamsburg Village Centers Visioning Session

On Tuesday JUNE 14 at 7:00 pm at the Town Offices (Haydenville) please come share your thoughts on the Williamsburg village centers at a public visioning session, it’s a great chance to let the town know how much the river … Continue reading

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Tell Us Your Mill River Story

We’ve seen our share of heavy rains this spring, the water’s up. I like when the water’s up because when it’s rushing through the narrows of Burgy center like that I can hear the river at my house on Village … Continue reading

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Welcome!

The Mill River Greenway is a working group of local citizens representing all of the towns within the Mill River Watershed with the aim of protecting the watershed, preserving its cultural artifacts, enhancing its biological health and encouraging recreational activities.  Our … Continue reading

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