TBWA Joins Collaborative Effort to Seek MET Grant

We all know water quality is important to people but what about the fish? We are excited to be collaborating with the City of Worcester Lakes and Ponds Division, the  Indian Lake Watershed Association and Lake Quinsigamond Watershed Association to apply for the Massachusetts' Environmental Trust's FY21 Drive for a Better Environment Grant Program. This program presents an …

Save the Date – City of Worcester State of the Lakes – March 4

Worcester DPW&P will be holding its annual State of the Lake meeting on March 4. TBWA will participate to discuss the ongoing cooperative water quality sampling program the city has spearheaded for the past three years. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the lakes in the city, and to meet other folks …

Invasive Aquatic Plant Treatment/Removal at Coes Reservoir

The City of Worcester Department of Public Works & Parks has contracted a lake management company to battle the weeds in Coes Reservoir. The Tatnuck Brook Watershed Association appreciates the City's continued efforts to combat the various invasive aquatic plants in Coes. On June 28, Coes Reservoir was treated with the herbicide fluridone (trade name …