What I did Today

Posted by Karl on Apr 18, 2005

The Nasua River, was once a source of shame in this area of Central Mass. Most of the paper companies that dumped into it have now either gone bankrupt, moved elsewhere or cleaned up their respective acts. The majority of the land in this watershed is now designated as conservation land. Public access and awareness have combined to create what is now a very pleasant place to spend a sunny 70° day.

You should see it in the late spring, when the winter grey turns to bright green. This particular stretch runs about 12-14 miles of flatwater till you hit the dam.




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