While the world is in isolation, we continue to protect our waters and preserve our future.



  • Volunteer of the Month – Steve Silva -

    Steve Silva at the Water Testing Workshop

    Steve Silva is our Volunteer of the month for February. A retired Water Quality Director for the EPA, his passion at TRWA is to raise the water quality in the Watershed to higher and higher standards.

    Joe Callahan TRWA president says, “Steve Silva is a tremendous asset and addition to the TRWA organization. He stepped in immediately to assume leadership role in … Continue reading

  • Volunteer of the Month: Priscilla Chapman - Priscilla ChapmanPriscilla Chapman, longtime TRWA board member and watershed advocate is TRWA’s December volunteer of the month. She completed her two-year term as the president of TRWA in November with a surprise bouquet of flowers and thank you’s from the board. As one of her last presidential duties she conducted TRWA’s annual meeting via Zoom, a major accomplishment. Participating via Zoom was a major achievement to some of TRWA’s members too. Priscilla will remain … Continue reading
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  • 2021 Sampling Season Update -

    Hello TRWA Sampling Volunteers and Potential New Volunteers,

    I hope this email finds you and your families well.  Happy 2021!  I’m hopeful better times are coming soon.

    I don’t know what the new year will hold for us as far as sampling goes.  As you know we cancelled the 2020 sampling program to keep our volunteers and the personnel at the treatment plant safe.  In 2021 by summer I’m hoping there may be enough folks vaccinated to do a last Saturday morning of some summer month refresher training session (possibly outdoors at Sweets Knoll) and sample late summer through October.  … Continue reading

  • TRWA to Highlight Advocacy Work in 2021 - Steve Silva Water Quality TestingA Victory for the Scenic Taunton River

    The advocacy work TRWA and other similar organizations do is heroic and essential to our future. You will be seeing more about TRWA’s environmental advocacy on the website and on our Facebook page this year. And we are asking for … Continue reading

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Taunton River Stewardship Council
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Environmental Strategies & Management, Inc.
Berkley Beer Company Biss Lumber Shafer Development Services
Sally Spooner
Gina and Richard Seyfried

Tides in Fall River:

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.

Water Height at the Titicut St gauge in Bridgewater:

USGS Water-data graph for Taunton River
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