Because we believe strength comes with collaboration, we work with our many partners to protect our waters and related natural resources within the North and South Rivers watershed and throughout the South Shore. We strive to act as a catalyst for change on the South Shore by boosting the capacity of grassroots groups, fostering strong networks, and serving as a voice for our rivers.

Our goals are to double the number of people we educate and engage for healthy rivers. We aspire to:

Educate people about their water– serve as the primary source of watershed information in the region and give every South Shore student at least one first-hand watershed experience.

Engage people with the outdoors – increase the number of individuals and families who get outdoors and enjoy our rivers and watershed—for recreation, to volunteer, to conduct citizen science… to have fun!

Lead by example – inspire a community of water stewards committed to healthy local rivers and a vibrant watershed by leading by example through restoration and protection projects.