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Causes: Environment, Water, Water Resources, Wetlands Conservation & Management

Mission: Protect wildlife, keep the Ipswich River flowing and provide clean, safe water

Results: This year we will help residents in 9 towns to Greenscape - to have beautiful landscapes that protect our water, saving time and money. For the last few years we have spent a lot of time speaking for the river at meetings to shape sustainable water management for decades to come. We are leading a new partnership to restore the Ipswich, Parker and Essex Rivers and the Great Marsh; we will accomplish more by working together. We recently put in a new canoe dock at our headquarters, expanding public access to what many people say is the most beautiful part of the river. Members can use our canoes for free!

Target demographics: The 330,000 people who get their water from the Ipswich River and its surrounding watershed, as well as all the people who enjoy walking or paddling along the river.

Programs: Our major programs include: Cleaning up polluted stormwater runoff, Education and Outreach, Fish and Habitat Restoration, Greenscapes, Policy and Advocacy, River Restoration, Science and Monitoring, Stream Teams and Water Conservation.

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Rating: 5

As a volunteer, donor and beneficiary of the efforts put fourth by the Ipswich River Watershed Association, I have witnessed the amazing impact this organization has had on our watershed. These folks have the ability to bring together a diverse set of organizations that benefit and impact the river. Their competent, enthusiastic and expert staff deftly coordinate a myriad of activities from education, to monitoring, to encouraging the wise use and enjoyment of the river. IRWA has achieved significant results in saving the river from the brink. Their mission is far from over and they continue to impact improvements in environmental restoration, reduction in withdrawal and water conservation education.