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Fayerweather School, 765 Concord Ave., Cambridge
February 10, 2000 - Thursday 6:30 p.m.
(was Thur. Jan. 20 - rescheduled due to snow prediction)
(67 bus from Alewife T stop at 6:25)
Take Harvard Sq. bus 74 at 5:54, or 78 at 6:22)
Join Activities of Friends of Alewife (FAR) to preserve and protect the Reservation and its environs.
Friends of Alewife Reservation (FAR) and Mystic River Watershed Association presents an evening of sharing watershed activities.
Various Friends group representatives and watershed managers will share their accomplishments and experience of watershed work going on presently in and around their local towns and cities. They will also speak of challenges imposed by natural conditions, both water and wildlife: and challenges imposed by unnatural conditions such as contamination and rapid development.
Merrimac River Watershed Commission
Mystic River Watershed Association
MDC North Regional activities
Friends of Blue Hills
Organization for the Assabet River
Friends of Middlesex Fells
Learn from noted Naturalists from the Alewife Brook area and learn of the local property history surrounding the Reservation and its environs.
Hear from a key planner of the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) of the challenges, plans and hopes for the area.
Learn of the important position of Alewife Brook in the Mystic River Watershed by Mystic River Watershed Association.
Hear from FAR Coordinator and Ma. Community Water Watch of the activities of the group.
Join the end-of conference focus groups to get involved in Friends of Alewife Reservation work for the coming year, 2000, and the Herring Run Festival.
Call: Ellen Mass (617) 547-1944. firstname.lastname@example.org
Send this invitation out to your lists and friends.
Park on Spinelli Place off Concord Av. Before Sancta Maria Hospital.
(Event sponsored - and information provided - by Friends of Alewife Reservation,
which is not affiliated with the Alewife Study Group)