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Ecology / Elm Street Dam / Past Events / Species Monitoring

Annual Jones River Herring Count

  April - June      Elm Street Bridge/Dam, Kingston
"There’s this misconception that dams protect properties downstream from flooding," says Alex Mansfield of the Jones River Watershed Association. "Removing dams helps prevent upstream and downstream flooding." — Credit: Joanna Detz/ecoRI News photos
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Removing the Elm Street Dam: Everything You Want to Know

  Tue . June 21 . 2016      VOTE at Kingston Town Meeting
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Blog / Elm Street Dam / Past Events

Smith College Presentation on Removal of Elm Street Dam

  Thu . May 5 . 2016
 6:00 pm      Jones River Landing
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Hannaford Helps JRWA in April

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Elm Street Dam / Media

Elm Street Dam: A History in Photos

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Ecology / Past Events

Cape Cod Field School: Spring Run Herring and Eels

  Fri . May 6 Sun . May 8 . 2016      Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
Ecology / Silver Lake

U.S. EPA Southeast New England Program for Coastal Watershed Restoration

Mouth of Jones River, from "The Story of Jones River"
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The Story of Jones River

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A Climate Calamity In The Gulf Of Maine Part 2: Acid In The Gulf

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Dams / Downloads

Jones River Watershed Map

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Cape Cod Bay Watch / Climate Change / Downloads / Media

Updated Pilgrim Elevation Analysis & Maps

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Ecology / Past Events

JRWA’s 30th Annual Meeting (Recap)

  Sun . January 31 . 2016
 2:00 pm      Jones River Landing
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