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By participating in local environmental organizations, Plymoutheans have helped to protect Plymouth's natural environment.

Billington Sea Association
The Billington Sea Association is working to restore the natural beauty of Billington Sea, a 269-acre freshwater lake. Click here to see more information about the link between excess nutrients and increased weeds and algae.

Eel River Watershed Association
Dedicated to the protection of the Eel River, a pristine river and watershed that is home to 31 listed rare and endangered animals and plants. The Association works to preserve water quality, water qualtity and protect wetland habitat. Call 508-747-0493 or click here for more about the challenges that face the Eel River.

Jones River Watershed Association
Begun in 1985 in response to damaging impacts of water diversions out of the basin, this non-profit organization was established to protect, enhance, and restore the natural resources of the Jones River watershed, which is located on the northern boundary of Plymouth. Click here for more information about the work of JRWA, and the Jones River Landing Environmental Heritage Center.

Manomet Center for Conservation Science
As one of the nation's oldest independent environmental research organizations, Manomet conducts original research on natural systems and wildlife. We use our science to bring people together and guide them in the development of practical strategies that improve conditions for wildlife, habitats and people. Click here to learn more.

Six Ponds Improvement Association
To educate and inform members and the public about environmental issues and other items of special concern to the residents of the Six Ponds area of Plymouth, Massachusetts. Click here for more info.

The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.  For more information call their Plymouth office at: 508-732-0300 or click here to learn more.

Trout Unlimited
Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. TU accomplishes this mission on local, state and national levels with an extensive and dedicated volunteer network, including152,000 volunteers in 450 chapters nationwide. The Southeast Massachusetts chapter of TU is very active in Plymouth. Click here for more information.

Wildlands Trust of SE Mass
Saving the Special Places of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Among the threatened: the oldest farms and forestry land in America, quiet ponds and riverfronts, rural landscapes, and wildlife habitats. The Trust has geared up and developed professional tools and partnerships to save land, assist landowners, and protect the character of our towns. To learn more call 781-934-9018 or click here.


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