Water Quality Monitoring

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TRWA Blog

TRWA Blog

  • Festival Schedule of Events -  We are pleased to share the following Taunton River Festival Schedule of Events to be held June 9th, 11am-4pm at the Weir Village Riverfront Park on East Water Street in Taunton. Enjoy live music, wildlife exhibits, great food, dancing, crafts, a historic walking tour, vendors and more!  Free with convenient... Continue reading
  • Free Fishing Lessons for Children -     Join us on Saturday, June 1st at the North Attleboro National Fish Hatchery Open House! Enjoy fishing on a stocked pond, fishing lessons for children, guided hikes on their woodland trails, and tours of their fascinating hatchery.  Stop by the TRWA table for children’s activities and visit other... Continue reading
  • Clean-Up Event, 4/20th -     Time to clean our parks and trails!  Join TRWA, The Friends of Dighton Rock Museum and DCR to clean up the marsh shoreline at Dighton Rock State Park during low tide. We are looking for individuals, families, scout troops, school clubs, civic organizations, and corporate and church groups... Continue reading
Watershed News

Watershed News

  • May Monitoring Data Available - The May monitoring monitoring results are on the website, click on the Water Quality Monitoring program tab from the top of the home page and either the sample bottles picture or link to our monitoring data page under “Documents”.   The results show a few high nitrate levels downstream of... Continue reading
  • April Monitoring Results Available - The water quality monitoring results for last month (April 2024) are on the website. The flow in the river at the Bridgewater USGS gauge was very high 1690 cubic feet per second (cfs) on the day we sampled, this is 3.6 times the April flow last year when we sampled... Continue reading
 

Upcoming Events

May 21st, 8:30AM- Birding at Mallard Point with Ellenor Simmons

June 1st, 10AM – North Attleboro National Fish Hatchery Tour, Hike & Fishing

June 5th, 6PM- The Taunton River: A Journey Through Time with William Hanna

June 8th, 9:30AM- Guided Walk, Mill River Dam Removal Tour with Beth Lambert

June 15th, 10AM- Free Paddling Lessons for Boys & Girls Club Members Ages 5-17

June 15th, 1PM- Free Paddling Lessons for Children Ages 5-17

August 17th – Monarch’s at Boyden Wildlife Refuge with Sally Spooner

September 25th, 6PM- My Summer with Osprey with Pam Lowell

 

 

Programming is made possible due to the generosity of our donors, the Bruce Spooner Family and a grant from the

 

 

 

 

See our events calendar for more events

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
Our Mission...to protect and restore the watershed’s natural resources for current and future generations.