General information about watersheds, local water quality, maps,  photos , cultural and natural history

Association goals, programs, volunteer activities, and news

Information about fishing, boating, swimming, etc.

Best practices for flood mitigation, home and yard care, boat care, and agriculture

Links to other organizations, environmental regulations, open space protection, and where to report problems

Downloadable publications and on-line ordering of books about ecology and watershed protection


PO Box 798
Byfield, MA 01922

**Triton Stormwater Faire - April 5, 2014 (Click for details)**

New FEMA Floodplain Maps (Link Here)

**New**  Winter 2014 Newsletter


Support PRCWA through a Matching Gift Program (Link)

New Book on Sale!  
THE WATER CLOSET: Ipswich River Watershed and Beyond

Written by former Triton School Teacher Pike Messenger (Click for Details)

PRCWA Statement on Protecting River Herring
PRCWA 2012 ANNUAL MEETING (Watch on Blip TV)
REMOVE THE LARKIN MILL DAM!! (Links to news stories)

ALERT!!  National  Resource Defense Council Petitions US Department of Commerce to have Alefwife and Blueback Herring Listed as Federally Threatened Species!
View NRDC Petition Here:

See PEW Statement of Support!



Please visit the MET website to learn more about their program and how to contribute.






The Parker River Clean Water Association is a community non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the restoration and protection of the waters and environment of the Parker River and Plum Island Sound watersheds. 


(Most Recent Update: March 25, 2014)