Spring due to cold water and high flows generally is the time of year with the highest water quality. In May the rivers exceeded the nitrate level of concern by a small amount at three locations and a more significant amount at the Matfield River location. The fact that high flows didn’t cause bacteria problems is very good news reflecting favorably on … Continue reading →
Enter Our 2018 Annual Tide Calendar Photography Contest!
While we accept submissions to our photography contest year round, the deadline to have your work considered for the 2018 calendar is fast approaching.
We’re taking submissions from all, amateur and professional, young and old alike. Photographs must be of wild life, scenery, agricultural use, archaeological resources, or recreational activities SHOT WITHIN the Taunton River Watershed related to water use and conservation in the watershed. We love seasonal shots and prefer shots with a landscape orientation. For more information, download our 2018 submission guidelines. 2018_calendar_submission_guidelines
To get the time of HIGH tide in Taunton add approximately 45 minutes to the high tide times listed below. For the time of LOW tide in Taunton add 2 hours and 15 minutes to the time of low tide listed below.