Environmental Treasures

Environmental Treasures of Quincy

THE QUINCY PARK DEPARTMENT'S
ENVIRONMENTAL TREASURES PROGRAM
THE NEPONSET RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION (NepRWA)
THE MA. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
present

EXPLORING THE NEW QUINCY RIVERWALK!


Saturday, December 6, 2 p.m.

(Rain date: Sunday, December 7, 2 p.m.)

with

Steve Pearlman, NepRWA Advocacy Director

and

Pete Jackson, Landscape Architect


On this tour we will celebrate the hard work over ten years of the Neponset River Watershed Association, the Quincy Environmental Network, Mass DEP's Waterways Program, the City of Quincy , the Mass. Dept. of Conservation and Recreation and local environmental activists to create this beautiful 2 mile path along the Neponset River from its mouth in Squantum Point Park to the Adams Inn.  The tour will start at the white shelter in the parking lot of Squantum Point Park and traverse the whole route to the Adams Inn.  Round trip the tour will be 4 miles.  Participants can undertake the whole route or turn back at any time.  To reach the Park, heading towards Boston from Quincy Shore Drive, turn right on to E. Squantum Street.  Turn left on to Victory Rd. in Marina Bay.  Pass through the first rotary and take the next left on to the Haul Road. Bring water.  Bring water.

For more information and rain date rescheduling, please call 617/472-0799.