RSVP: Clean Water, Healthy Rivers: Preventing toxic algae blooms in local waterways
Date: Monday, April 24th, 2017 at 6:30pm
Location: Tufts University, Barnum Hall Room 104

Our local waterways, like the Mystic River, are a big part of what makes living here so great. Despite recent progress, pollution in our local rivers and streams is still a major problem — including storm water runoff, which contributes to toxic blue-green algae blooms.

Panelists on watershed ecology, and city planning will discuss their work on strategies that communities can take to promote water preservation — from the distribution of rain barrels to the creation of greenspaces.
Confirmed speakers:
- Andy Hrycyna, watershed scientist at Mystic River Watershed Association
- Rusty Russell, executive director at Merrimack River Watershed Council

Take this opportunity to talk with experts about how you can help build a better, healthier environment!

Questions? Contact ahoi@environmentmassachusetts.org or ben@environmentmassachusetts.org

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