A Model of Stewardship

The Muddy River Restoration Project represents a comprehensive response to urgent environmental priorities.

The Project’s oversight organization, the MMOC is a model of public participation in improving and securing the health and vitality of our treasured urban resources.   

“The Muddy River Restoration Project didn’t come from elected or appointed officials. This remarkable state and national model of activism on behalf of our open spaces came from citizens.”

Betsy Shure Gross, Founding Member, MMOC

With the expected conclusion of Phase 2 construction in 2023, the MMOC will continue to oversee maintenance of the Muddy River parks from Olmsted Park through the Riverway, Justine Liff Park, Back Bay Fens, and Charlesgate.

Members of the public are invited to attend MMOC meetings, which take place on the second Wednesday of each month from 6-7:30 pm.

Due to ongoing concerns about COVID-19, all meetings will be held by video conference until further notice.

Contact info@muddyrivermmoc.org for more information.