SAUGATUCKET RIVER WATERSHED

Announcement: 2007 Annual Meeting Breakfast and Clean up event

To all Members and Friends of the Saugatucket River and Watershed:

Please come to our Annual Meeting on

Saturday, May 19, 2007

at 9 A.M. at the Riverwalk in Downtown Wakefield.

Program: Join us on a sunny spring morning along the river for coffee and donuts to hear about our exciting activities for 2007.

Following the meeting you are welcome to join us in a river clean up.

Location: Riverwalk in Downtown Wakefield (Public Parking Lot behind 333 Main Street).

Time: 9 am Annual Meeting, 10-12 River Clean Up

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Saugatucket Brochure

May 2007 Newsletter Now Available Online!

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Saugatucket May 2007 Newsletter

December 2006 Newsletter Now Available Online!

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Saugatucket December 2006 Newsletter

The Saugatucket River is approximately 7.5 miles long.  Its headwaters are in the Shermantown area of North Kingstown, Rhode Island.  The Saugatucket  flows south into the town of South Kingstown and into the villages of Peace Dale and Wakefield.  In Wakefield, it falls over a mill dam, becomes tidal and empties into Point Judith Pond, its estuary on the Atlantic Ocean. The Saugatucket River watershed has five tributaries and seven ponds or lakes, shown below.

Saugatucket River Watershed

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