The MMOC brings Muddy River advocates together in common purpose: stewardship.

Photo: Adine Storer

What's Happening Now?

The Muddy River Restoration Project progresses. Dredging, bridge restoration, habitat improvement, and landscaping work are ongoing throughout Olmsted Park, the Riverway, and Back Bay Fens. At the Justine Mee Liff Park across from the Landmark Center, the focus is on maintaining the newly restored landscape and honoring Olmsted’s original vision for a continuous, meandering Muddy River. At Charlesgate, a new public park is taking shape.

The MMOC oversees this work on behalf of the public and keeps you updated. We welcome your questions and comments.

Be sure to follow #OurMuddy on Facebook and Twitter. #showmethemuddy!

Recent Project Activities

Agassiz Road Reopens

The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) announced on February 23rd that Agassiz Road in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood is now open to vehicular traffic, after

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Carlton Street Footbridge

Bravo to the Bridge Builders!

Brookline’s Carlton Street Footbridge Rehabilitation Project Named Silver Award Winner of ACEC Massachusetts’ 2024 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition This exciting news, reported by JGPRCAMRYN, appeared

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Landscape Maintenance

New Trees for the Muddy River Parks

By Matt Eddy, MMOC Administrator With encouragement from the MMOC, Boston Parks and Recreation Department recently planted five new trees near the corner of Brookline

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