The Saugus River Watershed Council selected Bike to the Sea to receive an award for its “long-time efforts to promote and expand public access to the Saugus River watershed.”
Bike to the Sea president Jim Tozza accepted the award at a meeting on Nov. 15, 2012.
According to the Lynn Item, Council Executive Director Joan LeBlanc said “The new multi-use trail constructed by Bike to the Sea in Saugus this year has expanded opportunities for people to enjoy the natural resources of the watershed.”
Wellington Greenway Opening Celebration on Friday, Oct. 19
The Wellington Greenway will eventually link the Northern Strand to President’s landing in Medford, Assembly Square in Somerville and Sullivan Square in Charlestown.
Please join us on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 11 a.m. for the opening celebration of the Overlook and MBTA Connection of the Wellington Greenway Project. This project was funded in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Environmental Trust.
We will meet at 11 a.m. at the Mystic Wellington Yacht Club parking lot, located behind Kelly’s Restaurant in Medford and adjacent to Station Landing.
Please RSVP to:
River’s Edge Project Director
Mystic River Watershed Assoc. Anniversary Party, Thursday, Oct. 25
Please join Bike to the Sea in supporting the Mystic River Watershed Association and attend its 40th Anniversary Celebration and annual meeting on Oct. 25 at Anthony’s of Malden, 105 Canal St., in Malden, Mass.
MYRA plays a critical roll in promoting recreational trail development along the Mystic and Malden River and works tirelessly to improve water quality to protect public health.
Tim Purinton Director of Mass Department of Ecological restoration will be speaking about river restoration in Massachusetts. Should be a great evening at Anthony’s in Malden.
The event is being held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and includes dinner, keynote address, a silent auction, and a cake.
Buy tickets at www.mysticriver.org.