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The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers

Ron McAdow

The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers

a guide to canoeing, wildlife, and history

by Ron McAdow

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Published by Bliss Pub. Co. in Marlborough, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Concord River Region (Mass.),
  • Sudbury River Region (Mass.),
  • Assabet River Region (Mass.),
  • Massachusetts,
  • Concord River,
  • Sudbury River,
  • Assabet River,
  • Concord River Region,
  • Sudbury River Region,
  • Assabet River Region
    • Subjects:
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Massachusetts -- Concord River -- Guidebooks.,
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Massachusetts -- Sudbury River -- Guidebooks.,
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Massachusetts -- Assabet River -- Guidebooks.,
    • Natural history -- Massachusetts -- Concord River Region -- Guidebooks.,
    • Natural history -- Massachusetts -- Sudbury River Region -- Guidebooks.,
    • Natural history -- Massachusetts -- Assabet River Region -- Guidebooks.,
    • Concord River Region (Mass.) -- Guidebooks.,
    • Sudbury River Region (Mass.) -- Guidebooks.,
    • Assabet River Region (Mass.) -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 204-211) and index.

      Statementby Ron McAdow ; illustrated by Gordon Morrison.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV776.M42 C666 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 223 p. :
      Number of Pages223
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1848710M
      ISBN 100962514403
      LC Control Number90000038
      OCLC/WorldCa21034339

        Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury Rivers Concord, MA: DATE: April 3, TIME: to TRIP LENGTH: 7 miles: WEATHER: Overcast, 40F. Wind north 5 knots. Rivers running near or above flood stage. TIDES: none: LAUNCH SITE: Lowell Road Bridge; Concord, MA From the green in Concord Center, follow Lowell Road about miles, launch site is on The Sudbury and Assabet Rivers join at Concord, Mass., to form the Concord River (see fig. 1). This three-river system, which is known locally as the “SuAs-Co’’ basin, drains an area of about square miles. The purpose of this report, which is one of a series covering the major flooded rivers in eastern Massachusetts, is to

      The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers: A Guide to Conoeing, Wildlife, and History by Ron McAdow ISBN ISBN Paperback; Marlborough, Ma: Bliss Publishing, ; ISBN   Organization calls for improvements to Sudbury, Assabet and Concord waters. By Cesareo Contreras Daily News Staff Saturday a nonprofit whose mission it is to protect and improve the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord rivers released its first report card detailing the health of each individual river and the river system as a ://

        Established in as the Organization for the Assabet River by a group of concerned citizens, OAR added the Sudbury and Concord rivers to its mission in , becoming OARS. LinkedIn   Nearly volunteers recently participated in the 30th annual cleanup of the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord rivers organized by OARS, a Concord-based organization that


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The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers by Ron McAdow Download PDF EPUB FB2

In recognition of their remarkable value, Congress designated the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers as part of the national Wild and Scenic River System in The River Stewardship Council was created to promote preservation of these resources.

This year we celebrate the 21st anniversary of the SuAsCo Wild and Scenic :// The Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers are located in Middlesex and Worcester Counties in eastern Massachusetts, about 20 miles west of Boston.

They collectively drain an area of square miles, flowing into the Merrimack River at Lowell. Within the Wild and Scenic segment the rivers are remarkably undeveloped, providing recreational The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers: A Guide to Conoeing, Wildlife, and History $ In Stock.

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inthe rivers of Massachusetts. As you know, 29 miles of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers were nationally designated as Wild andScenic Rivers in because of their outstandingly remarkable resource values, including ecology, scenery,recreation, history and literature.

The River Stewardship Council (RSC) was created to work   4 Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Wild and Scenic River Conservation Plan, Update I.

INTRODUCTION The historic Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers have been loved, used, and celebrated by local residents and visitors to the region. For those who live nearby, they inspire daily, and are a resource for fishing, Sudbury, Assabet, Concord Rivers. Located 25 miles west of Boston, these rivers are recognized for their outstanding ecology, history, scenery, recreation values, and place in American literature.

Portions of the segments lie within Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, and among the many historic sites along the rivers is North Bridge at An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers: a guide to canoeing, wildlife, and history by McAdow, Ron, Publication date   The Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord rivers, a federally-designated Wild and Scenic River system, flow 88 river miles from the headwaters of the Assabet and Sudbury in Westborough to Lowell, where the Concord River joins the Merrimack River flowing to the sea.

Despite their proximity OARS - For the Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord Rivers, Concord, MA. likes. Protecting the Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord Rivers and their :// River Report Card Overall, the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord River system scored a B.

The health of the rivers varies with segment: the Upper Sudbury scored a C, the Lower Sudbury a B, the Upper Assabet scored a C+, the Lower Assabet a B, the Upper Concord scored a B, and the Lower Concord a C+. Stay close to home, or travel a short distance, and spend the day enjoying all the rivers have to offer.

In recognition of their outstanding and remarkable resource value, the U.S. Congress designated 29 miles of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers as part of the national Wild and Scenic River System in Less than 1% of rivers in the US are protected under the Act. The Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord were protected in in recognition of their outstanding beauty, ecology, recreation opportunities, and their place in American history and literature.

Riverfest is our   They say that making the change will take a concerted effort from people who live in the towns around the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord rivers. "If collectively we reduce or even stop fertilizing Get this from a library. The Concord, Sudbury, and Assabet Rivers: a guide to canoeing, wildlife, and history.

[Ron McAdow] The Upper Concord segment runs from the confluence northward to North Billerica, ending upstream of the Talbot Mills dam. This segment, together with contiguous sections of the Assabet and Sudbury Rivers, was federally designated in as a Wild & Scenic River, reflecting its natural beauty and free-flowing quality (absence of dams).

InCongress designated 29 miles of these rivers as Wild and Scenic; critical to the designation and their long-term protection was the strong local support and commitment to preservation as expressed by the communities along the rivers. “The story of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Wild and Scenic River is one of rich partnerships   Both the Assabet and Sudbury Rivers originate in Westborough within a few miles of each other and ultimately merge at Egg Rock in Concord to form the Concord River.

The Assabet River originates in wetlands above the Nichol's Dam in Westborough and flows north and then northeast 32 miles through Northborough, Marlborough, Berlin, Hudson, Stow Add to Calendar 06/23/ PM 06/23/ PM America/New_York Sudbury River Pontoon Boat Rides This free 1-hour boat tour leaves from the South Bridge Boat House ( Main Street).

To book a seat call Advance reservations required. Main Street, Concord, MA Organizer Email false MM/DD/YYYY Each river designation is different, and each management plan is unique. Over rivers in the U.S. have been given the Wild and Scenic designation. To learn more about Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the SuAsCo Watershed, please visit The Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Wild & Scenic River Stewardship ://.

The Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers are challenged by significant domestic wastewater flows, superfund sites, legacy sediment contamination, dams, and emerging contaminants. The Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers provide quality recreational opportunities near a large metropolitan center and serve as a drinking water supply in lower ://Introduction The Success of the Sudbury, Assabet, Concord Rivers Stewardship Council Q & A's from the River Managers Preserving Our Recreational and National Resource Assets in Freetown Lamprey River - Signage and Kiosk Improvements Delaware River - Volunteer Efforts Provide Grant Funded Maps Eightmile River - A Wild and Scenic Trail Canoes and Culture at the Berkley Bridge Village Heritage Rent a Canoe or Kayak and explore miles of peaceful waterways on the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers.

A leisurely mile paddle to the Old North Bridge. Route 62 ( Main Street) Concord, Massachusetts Powered by Create your own