Some of the voyagers!
Protecting the Merrimack River and its watershed
for people and wildlife since 1976
Our Lawrence winter crows are back! Join us to toast their return on Nov. 17, 2:30 to 5:30 PM. First we'll have some beer at the Spicket River Brewery and learn a bit about crows and the winter roosting phenomenon. Then, we'll watch the crows congregate for their nighttime roost in the trees near the Duck Bridge. It's a spectacular sight!
Merrimack River Watershed Council is a local non-profit that focuses on making the Merrimack cleaner, healthier, and more accessible. We depend largely on membership dues to support our efforts. Please consider supporting us during our fall 2019 Annual Fund campaign. Thank you!
Institution for Savings
The DeLuca Family Charitable Trust
Ardito, Toscano and McCollum, CPA
Bobrek Engineering & Construction
FMN Services, Inc.
Fred C. Church Insurance
Horsley Witten Group
Lupoli Family Foundation
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Vesper Country Club
Interested in joining these organizations in supporting a clean, healthy and accessible Merrimack River? Learn more about our Corporate Sponsor program here.
Our River: Riverwalk Brewery Podcast with MRWC Board President Dan Graovac
Check out Episode 7 of Riverwalk Brewery's "Behind the Label" podcast! The folks from Newburyport's Riverwalk Brewery sit down with MRWC Board President Dan Graovac to talk about the Merrimack's economic, recreational and ecological importance to our region and efforts to address the challenges facing the river.
A group of local community leaders, including MRWC Board President Dan Graovac, recently kayaked the length of the Merrimack from Franklin, NH to Plum Island, MA to highlight the Merrimack's importance as a recreational, ecological and economic asset to our region. Check out Dan's video summary here and read local media coverage of the trip here.
For more pictures of the trip, check out the hashtag #MRVVoyagers on Instagram or our Facebook page.
Some of the voyagers!
A bald eagle along the Upper Merrimack - one of several the group saw.
Bipartisan kayaking: State Rep. James Kelcourse and State Sen. Diana DiZoglio!