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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It’s been three months since we last corresponded with you, dear MRGI supporters, and, after a Dam Walk and wonderful winter celebration to cap off a productive 2016, we’ve caught our breath and are ready to head into springtime. The … Continue reading →
Happy mid-summer to you all, and, yes, we are also bewildered by the surfeit of stones and dearth of water in our beloved Mill River. Yet the rain gods have come and we, who follow in the footsteps of the … Continue reading →
First, check out these fabulous MRGI t-shirts designed by the extraordinary Rob Stewart and Damia Cavallari of Transit Authority Figures. They come in black or green, sizes small to extra large, and you can buy one for $20 at any … Continue reading →
While snow has blanketed us these past two months, we’ve been beavering away on several projects: 1. The Williamsburg Mill River Greenway Committee is making steady progress on a feasibility study for a connecting corridor along the river between Burgy … Continue reading →
Apologies for our absence this past summer, we were outside having fun, we hope you were too. Fall is here and we’re rarin’ to go. Here’s a little Mill River Greenway news to take the chill of the first frost … Continue reading →
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 →
The Massachusetts Division of Ecological Restoration, one of our close partners, has just published it’s latest newsletter here. The newsletter, Ebb&Flow, always has some pretty neat stuff in it, but we’d like to draw your particular attention to the grants … Continue reading →