"Wild and Scenic" Nashua Rivers

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Celebrate! Eleven of eleven communities voted “yes” to accept the locally developed River Stewardship Plan drafted by the Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Committee and its recommendation that the Nashua, Squannacook, and Nissitissit Rivers be designated as Wild and Scenic Rivers. Ayer, Bolton, Brookline (NH), Dunstable, Groton, Harvard, Hollis, Lancaster, Pepperell, Shirley, and Townsend have all voted in support. 

 

Next step?  Congresswoman Tsongas, in consultation with the National Park Service will prepare legislation to be introduced to Congress.

 

What is the "Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study"?  What is special about the Nashua, Nissitissit, and Squannacook Rivers that may make segments of them eligible for federal designation as Wild and Scenic? For more information.  View River Stewardship Plan.

 


 Geographic Info

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What is a Watershed?

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River Report Card

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Nashua River Canoe & Kayak Guide

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Purchase Guide.

 


Prescription Drug Disposal

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Watershed drop boxes or

statewide drop box list.

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Wild and Scenic: Annual Town Meeting Votes

It's unanimous!!  Eleven of eleven riverfront communities in MA and NH have voted "yes" at their spring Town Meetings to support the designation of the Nashua, Squannacook, and Nissitissit Rivers as Wild and Scenic. This includes Ayer, Bolton, Brookline (NH), Dunstable, Groton, Harvard, Hollis, Lancaster, Pepperell, Shirley, and Townsend.  View "Nashua, Squannacook, and Nissitissit: Forever Wild & Scenic" video (4 min.).

 

View a one hour informational video. For more information about the Wild and Scenic project.

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Climate Trends and Impact on Our Rivers

David Vallee, the Hydrologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service’s Northeast River Forecast Center spoke on the topic of "Climate Trends in New England and Their Impact on Our Rivers" at the 2017 Annual Meeting.  View a PDF of David's presentation.

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Thank You to Our Volunteers

View new video "NRWA Water Chestnut Pull: Volunteers in Action." (3:14 min)  Thank you to Max McCormick and NorthPoint Productions for making this video.

 

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