The Saugus River Watershed Council was founded in 1991 to protect and restore the natural resources of the Saugus River watershed. Together with our 675 members and hundreds of volunteers, we are working to improve water quality, restore river habitat and fisheries, educate students about the environment, and promote public access and enjoyment of the watershed.
Programs & Projects
Aquatic Invasive Plants Project
Saugus River Water Quality Monitoring
Saugus River Fish Monitoring
USGS Real-time Gauge – Saugus River
Saugus River Flow Restoration Project
Reedy Meadow Habitat Restoration Project
Town Line Brook Project
Campaign Against Illegal Dumping
For more information or to become a member, visit our webpage.
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