The Nashua River, 37.5 miles (60.4 km) long, is a tributary of the Merrimack River in Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the United States.It is formed in eastern Worcester County, Massachusetts, at the confluence of the North Nashua River and South Nashua River, and flows generally north-northeast past Groton to join the Merrimack at Nashua, New Hampshire.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nashua_River
The Nashua River, 37.5 miles (60.4 km) long, is a tributary of the Merrimack River in Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the United States.It is formed in eastern Worcester County, Massachusetts, at the confluence of the North Nashua River and South Nashua River, and flows generally north-northeast past Groton to join the Merrimack at Nashua, New Hampshire.
Nashua River. Located in north-central Massachusetts and southeastern New Hampshire, the Nashua River watershed in total covers 538 square miles, includes 32 communities, and supplies drinking water to over two million people. It is highly forested, abundant in water resources and open spaces, with thousands of acres of lands protected.
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The Nashua River Watershed Association has received a Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET) grant of $16,000 to install twelve to fifteen temperature dataloggers in Coldwater Fish Resource (CFR) streams. The Nashua River watershed is fortunate to have a number of high quality CFRs within its river system, including the Nissitissit, Quinapoxet ...
On the Nashua River. Rt. 119 Car-top Only Launch. Kemp Conservation Area Launch ( Note: this launch may not continue to be open to the public. Contact the Pepperell Conservation Commission for up-to-date information-- (978) 433-0325.) Canal Street Launch. Downstream of Pepperell Dam Launch. On the Nissitissit River. Prescott Street Bridge Launch.
The “Nashua Wild and Scenic River Act” was included in the Natural Resources Management Act (S.47) that was passed by both the Senate and the House in February, and was signed into law by the President. Read the Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Committee press release. View Stewardship Plan and Full Appendices
Groton Sand Hill Road parking (10-15 gravel spaces) Take I-495 north or south to exit 31, then Rte. 119 west approximately ten miles. Take a right on Nod Road and right on Sand Hill Road. Follow Sand Hill Road to parking area on the right after crossing rail trail.
- Rt. 2A, Ayer, 01432, MA
The Nashua River Conservation Area, just north of Water Street Bridge in Clinton, owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the town, offers trails that follow the Nashua River and climb a ridgeline with view of the Nashua River valley from the top of the bluff.
The Nashua River watershed is home to numerous prized cold-water streams that support native Eastern brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), which has been described as “the canary in the coal mine” with regard to water quality. In addition to native trout, MassWildlife stocks the Squannacook and Nissitissit Rivers, and other watershed streams ...
136 posts. Location I live in Nashua, NH. My PB: Between 4-5 lbs. Favorite Bass: Largemouth. Favorite Lake or River Lake Winnipesaukee, Sandy Pond. Share. Posted July 8, 2019. Hello BR, I just came back from Boy Scout summer camp which I was in for a week and I got a couple chances to go fishing and caught a 3.4lb LMB bass and a 4.5lb LMB bass ...
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