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Remote Beauty of the Westfield River

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JULY 18 - I SPY Invasive Stilt Grass — In Huntington, MA! (Workday) Join us in tackling this early-invader before it spreads around the watershed. 9am-1pm. We need community members to keep it from spreading!! Join Julie Richburg TTOR botanist for a FREE training. Meet at the Littleville School in Huntington MA.

Register for all the details - contact Meredyth Babcock: 413-623-2070

2014 Annual Report now available

Kinne Brook Dam Removal video

Landowner Guide

Looking for something fun to do? Come play on the river with us! Volunteer

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Over 78 miles of the Westfield River’s headwater tributaries and three major branches are designated as a National Wild & Scenic River. Here are just some of the reasons why the Westfield River is so special and what made it eligible for the National Wild & Scenic Designation: 

We work in partnership with local communities, municipal officials, conservation organizations and federal and state agencies to manage the river and maintain the health of the entire watershed for nearby and downstream communities.