Join board members Charlie Adler and Roy Belcher in a discussion on the importance of preserving open space with our communities.
Join the Friends of the Ten Mile River in their monthly river walk. Meet at Attleboro Library at 7:30 AM and will walk along the river to Larson Woods. This walk will be in celebration of rivers month.
There will be a work party on Saturday, June 8, at the Richardson Nature Preserve, 577B Wilmarth Street in Attleboro. Volunteers are needed.
Light duty tasks include lawn raking, brush clearing, and weeding flower gardens.
Heavy duty tasks include moving piles of lumber, post-hole digging, and removing some wooden pallets from wetlands.
We have some tools on hand, but you may want to bring your own tools for whatever type of work you are interested in. More wheelbarrows would be helpful. Bring work gloves if you have them and waterproof boots if you can help remove the pallets from the wetlands.
Contact us with any questions.
Annual Garden Party with a workshop(s) in the morning and a potluck lunch at noon.
Stay tuned for more event details
Volunteers are needed and don’t need to commit to the entire morning. Feel free to stop by for an hour or two.
Maintenance tasks include lawn raking, brush clearing, weeding flower gardens, and post-hole digging.
We have some tools on hand, but you may want to bring your own tools for whatever type of work you are interested in. More wheelbarrows would be helpful. Bring work gloves if you have them.
Journey back to colonial times, when the Barrows family lived off the land through farming and the manufacture of wood products. Leading the walk will be Bill Lewis, who will point out evidence of the various activities which once took place on the land. Rain date: July 20
This Ten Mile River Watershed Council event begins in East Providence at Freedom Green on North Broadway, which is close to the Roger Williams Spring, Roger’s first choice of a homestead. We will travel down river to Omega Dam and the Paul Bettencourt fish passage. Here is our only portage on this trip down a steep incline into the Seekonk River. We will continue down the Seekonk River around India Point through the hurricane barrier into the Providence River, ending our paddle at Market Square. From here we move to the Roger Williams National Memorial for a talk by one of the rangers and a bite to eat. This paddle is free to members, non members are charged 20 dollars, to cover transportation and food costs. The TMRWC does this paddle every other year and it is sure to sell out.