OARS Annual Meeting: What do Dragonflies Tell us About Mercury in our Rivers?

06/27/2022 7:00 pm
06/27/2022 8:15 pm

Join OARS staff and Board of Directors for our Annual Meeting featuring a presentation by Dr. Sarah Nelson, Director of Research at the Appalachian Mountain Club.

Monday, June 27, 2022
7:00 - 8:15 pm
Event via Zoom

Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers in Drought

We are seeing more drought as the changing climate brings a change in precipitation patterns.

Summer has just begun and after several months of low rainfall, our watershed is in drought.

These low flow conditions contribute to warmer water temperatures, lower dissolved oxygen, cyanobacteria blooms, invasive species growth, and even fish kills.

Tips on what you can do to conserve water.

River Recreation Maps

It's time to head to our rivers!

For exploration ideas, go to our online Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord River recreation maps! You will find river access points, walking trails, and bike paths.

When boating, you might find some obstructions or other passage problems on your planned trip. If you find new ones, please let us know when and where you found them and send a photo(s) to office@oars3rivers.org.

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