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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We’re excited about our upcoming river walk in Williamsburg, which will take us up to the old dam itself. The walk will take place this Saturday, November 1 from 9:30am to 12:30pm. For our regulars, please note the longer time … Continue reading
At summer’s end, we’re looking back on a wonderful series of walks and some great news that we’ll be sharing with you in the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile, what remains? Well, here are directions to Todd Lynch’s fantastic “Flotsam … Continue reading
MRGI is proud and excited to support Todd Lynch’s art installation, lecture, and walk on the Mill River in Williamsburg on Saturday Sept. 13th. Todd is a landscape architect and artist who’s been a long-time friend of the Mill River. … Continue reading
Just to clarify the Riverwalk Schedule: the riverwalk in Leeds is still scheduled for Saturday, September 6. We’re excited about this new riverwalk, which will be led by residents of Leeds, so all of us will be able to get … Continue reading
The August 9th Riverwalk has been rescheduled for September 20th The riverwalk from Crimson & Clover Farm to the Meadow St. Bridge, originally scheduled for August 9, has been rescheduled for SEPTEMBER 20TH so that both Laurie Sanders and Elizabeth … Continue reading
Tuesday, March 25th, 7:00-9:00 PM at Leeds School Cafeteria Come gain more information and offer your input on the extension of the Bike Path/Rail Trail from Grove Ave. in Leeds to South Main St. in Haydenville coming this spring and … Continue reading
The Mill River Greenway Initiative is sponsoring a guided tour with John Sinton from the historic dam site at Paradise Pond to downtown Northampton where the river used to run. Easy 1.25 mile walk. SATURDAY, Nov. 16, 10:00-11:30 AM. Meet … Continue reading
Please read today’s front page of the Gazette with Bob Dunn’s lead article on the trash problem along the Mill in Leeds. We hope that MRGI will be able to work with the Leeds Civic Association and the City to … Continue reading
Come help us launch the first of MRGI’s series of self-guided historic riverwalks, this one from Paradise Pond on the Smith College campus to Old South Street in downtown Northampton. You will be walking through more than 350 years of … Continue reading