The Parker-Ipswich-Essex Rivers Restoration Partnership (PIE-Rivers) is a regional network of organizations, governmental agencies and individuals all working to promote healthy rivers and ecosystems in the coastal rivers of northeastern Massachusetts. PIE-Rivers was formed to increase communication, coordination and collaboration between those involved in restoration, preservation and management of the watersheds.

PIE-Rivers partners and volunteers helped to assess habitat conditions at roughly 1000 area culverts and bridges.

Project: Culvert Habitat Survey

See what was covered including presentation videos, slide shows and resources

April 2013 Conference: Roads, Runoff and Water Management

Removed in 2012, marking the first dam removal restoration project in the Ipswich River watershed.

Project: Curtis Pond Dam Removal