NRWA and Clinton Greenway Conservation Trust coordinate clean-up on the South Nashua River

Community Organization and Municipal Board Membership

The NRWA works closely with municipal boards, such as Conservation Commissions and Planning Boards, to achieve mutual goals, including promoting smart growth or reducing invasive species in wetlands and waterways. We work with community organizations such as local land trusts, garden clubs, private schools, sportsmen’s organizations, and service groups to address topics ranging from land protection, trail creation, invasive plants, and river and stream clean-ups.

Many boards and community organizations choose to join the NRWA with an Organizational Membership gift to support this collaborative work. View a list of Current NRWA Municipal Board and Community Organization Members. Please consider a Membership today and help us continue our work to create a sustainable future for our entire region.

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If your organization is interested in volunteering for an NRWA project, please contact Kathryn Nelson, NRWA Water Monitoring Coordinator, at (978) 448-0299 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

If your group would like to have NRWA make a presentation to your members, or for questions about municipal board and community organization membership, please contact Lauri Johnson, NRWA Development Manager, at (978) 448-0299, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .