Spring planting season began with the installation of native species on the newly graded river bank. The poles show locations for some of the 460 newly planted trees.

Photo: US Army Corps of Engineers

The Project at a Glance

By the Numbers

miles of river—Ward’s Pond to Charlesgate
cubic yards of sediment removed
acres of scarce urban river habitat restored

And this number:


Restoration Project is complete

The MMOC looks forward to participating in National Invasive Species Week, International Mud Day, Opening our Doors, Earth Day, National Pollinator Week, our annual Muddy River Symposium in partnership with the Colleges of the Fenway, and more.

Our member organizations support a robust array of environmental causes, from climate resilience and preservation of the urban tree canopy to environmental justice. Contact them for more information. 

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