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2022 Fall Neponset River Cleanup

Every year hundreds of Neponset River Watershed Association volunteers gather to clean up the Watershed...this year, you could be one of those volunteers!

On Sat September 17th (9am - 12pm) we will be hosting a cleanup at locations throughout the Neponset River Watershed. Choose one site from the list below and follow the prompts to complete your registration. Two weeks before the cleanup, you will receive more info about your cleanup location and details for the day of the event.

Please review and open the Volunteer Waiver below.

If you are registering as part of a group (school, business colleges, friends) please have each member of the group register individually. Note that parents/guardians are the exception to this rule. A parent/guardian can sign a single waiver for themselves and the minors that will be accompanying them.

Minors must have a parent/guardian sign the Parental Guardian form in order to participate without the parent/guardian present.

Stay up to date by visiting neponset.org/cleanup

For directions to your site https://goo.gl/maps/sSHoT8DTjqLJ3a4k6

If you have any questions, please contact Environmental Fellow, Eleanor Yeomans. [email protected]

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Bird Pond Canoe Launch, Walpole (15)

Volunteer Activities: Invasive species removal/pulling. Ground: Somewhat Uneven. Parking: the back of the Ever so Humble Pie parking lot. Public Transport: 3 Minute walk from Washington St @ Mansion Dr stop for bus 34E

 
13 of 15 slots filled

Blue Hills Park and Ride by NepRWA Office, Canton (30)

Volunteer Activity: Cleaning up small trash items, Some Poison Ivy, trails are uneven, but the parking lot is paved, kid-friendly, huge parking lot, a 9-minute walk from Readville Station Fairmount line Outbound.

 
6 of 30 slots filled

Bolivar Pond, Canton (15)

Volunteer activity: removing trash from the water and river banks, some heavy lifting. Ground: Uneven. Age: 14 years+. Work wear: waders. Parking: Town Pool Lot. Public Transportation: 10min walk from Washington St - Church St to Canton Ctr Sta (FLAG)

 
Already filled

Bridge under Route 1, by 4 Points Sheraton, Norwood (30)

Volunteer Activity: Litter pickup, Removing trash from water. Ground: Uneven recommended having steady feet. Some Poison Ivy. Waders recommended. Parking: Large parking lot, Public Transport: N/A

 
21 of 30 slots filled

Colella Park, Hyde Park/Dedham (20)

Volunteer Activity: Litter pickup. Grassy but even ground. Kid Friendly. Parking: Street parking. Public transit: 5 min walk from 33, 15 min walk from 40 and 32 buses. 20 min walk from Franklin Line.

 
9 of 20 slots filled

Commuter Rail Lot, Walnut St, Hyde Park (10)

Volunteer Activity: removing trash, broken glass, and tires. LOTS of Poison Ivy.Ground: Paved along st, uneven in the wooded area. Recommended work wear: Long Sleeves and Long Pants. Free on-street parking, 3 min walk from Fairmount stop on Fairmount line

 
9 of 10 slots filled

Condon Park, Dedham (40)

Volunteer Activity: trash pickup, heavy object removal. Some Poison Ivy. Ground: uneven. Kid-Friendly. Small parking lot and free on-street parking. Public transport: a 15 minute walk from Washington st at Eastbrook rd (Busses 34, 34E, and 35)

 
34 of 40 slots filled

Doyle Playground, Hyde Park (15)

Volunteer Activity: litter pickup and removing heavy objects. LOTS of Poison Ivy. Ground is either a grass field or an uneven and steep stream bank. Kid-friendly. Parking: Free on street. Public Transit: River st @ Reddy Ave Bus Stop: Lines 24 and 33.

 
4 of 15 slots filled

Granite Ave, Dorchester/Milton (20)

Volunteer Activity: Litter pickup. Ground: The path is mostly paved, trash will likely not all be on the path. Parking: Street parking and small lot. Public transit: 2 min walk from 202 and 215 buses and 10 min walk from 201 bus and Mattapan Trolley.

 
14 of 20 slots filled

Kennedy Playground, Mattapan (25)

Volunteer Activity: Litter and large debris pickup, restoring the canoe launch. Ground: Fairly even except for canoe launch. Kid-friendly. Parking: Street parking. 5 min walk from 24, 30, and 31 buses. 7 min walk from Mattapan Trolley

 
9 of 25 slots filled

Neponset Landing Pier, Quincy (45)

Volunteer Activity: Litter pickup. Most of the main path is paved, but much of the trash is off the main path. Parking: Large parking lot. Public transit: 10 min walk from 202 and 210 bus stops. 25 min walk from red line.

 
Already filled

Ryan Playground, Mattapan (20)

Volunteer Activity: Litter pickup. Wheelchair Accessible. Kid-Friendly. Parking: Small parking lot and street parking. 2 min walk from 24 bus and 8 min walk from 30 and 31 buses and Mattapan Trolley.

 
Already filled

Squantum Point Park, Quincy (40)

Volunteer Activities: Litter pickup, moving large pieces of wood and debris. Lots of Poison Ivy. Ground fairly even but not consistently paved. Recommended age 16+. Workwear: Long sleeves and long pants. Parking: Large parking lot. Public transit: N/A

 
20 of 40 slots filled

Ventura Park, Dorchester (30)

Volunteer Activity: Cleaning up small and medium-sized trash from between reeds and park, some Poison Ivy. Some what uneven and/or marshy, kid-friendly, on-street parking, 3-minute walk from Butler Stop on the Trolley Red Line to Ashmont towards Mattapan

 
17 of 30 slots filled
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