The Mill River Greenway is…
a working group of local citizens who aim to protect the Mill River watershed, preserve its cultural artifacts, enhance its biological health and encourage recreational activity. Our goal is to design and create a greenway along the river.
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New Invasive Species Guide!
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Category Archives: Invasive plants
We’re thrilled to announce a series of great initiatives this spring and summer: LET’S TACKLE INVASIVES ALONG OUR RIVER! We’re delighted to make available a new guide for land stewards in the Mill River watershed, “Making Room for Native Plants … Continue reading
We’re delighted to announce the publication of a new guide for land stewards in the Mill River watershed, Making Room for Native Plants and Wildlife. The guide, written by the New England Wild Flower Society with support from Smith College, … Continue reading
Dear Mill River Greenway lovers, We are filled with gratitude and excitement as 2016 begins. Above all, we are grateful for your outpouring of support for our work with The Conway School for a gap analysis of the watershed’s natural, … Continue reading
Get ready for some high summer fun on the two Florence riverwalks and prepare for a fantastic fall! The Florence I riverwalk from Maines Field to Meadow St. Bridge will be led by Wendy Sinton of the Sojourner Truth Memorial … Continue reading
Hello Friends! We’re delighted to announce the next set of Mill River walks for 2015. Please email us at email@example.com to reserve your spots. Every walk so far has been full with a waiting list, so register early! All walks … Continue reading
We are partnering with the Connecticut River Watershed Council and Grow Food Northampton to survey a portion of the Mill River off Meadow Street for invasive plant species. MRGI members are more than welcome to join in the beginning of … Continue reading
Smith College’s Center for the Environment, Ecological Design, and Sustainablity (CEEDS) in collaboration with Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), Mill River Greenway (MRG), and Grow Food Northampton (GFN), will be hosting an invasive species removal workshop on Saturday, August 6th … Continue reading