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.
In honor of Women’s History Month and her founding work on behalf of the National Association for Olmsted Parks (NAOP), Olmsted 200 has spotlighted Betsy
By Matt Eddy, MMOC Administrator Those “geo-cells” were installed as an experiment by the US Army Corps of Engineers during Phase 1 of the Restoration
By Matt Eddy, MMOC Administrator The US Army Corps of Engineers and Charter Engineering have begun dismantling the flow restriction control structure (FRCS), the temporary
Kudos to Leslie Pond for an informative and well-researched spotlight article on the Muddy River Restoration Project in the March issue of The Fenway News.