Putting Water First in Massachusetts

Stormwater runoff and discharges from stormwater drain pipes are the largest contributors to water quality problems in our rivers.

Aveda Earth Month Materials

Aveda Earth Month 2016 Materials!

Selfie Starters – Use for photo sharing, printed forward/backwards for mirror or regular selfies, includes Aveda and Clean Water Fund social

Massachusetts State House - William Zhang

Massachusetts Legislative Priorities for 2019-2020

When it comes to protecting children from toxic chemicals, getting lead out of drinking water, putting a stop to climate change or protecting our m

Mt. Holyoke College Restoration Ecology Program receives $50,000 from Clean Water Act settlement

Clean Water Citizen Suits

Across Massachusetts, stormwater runoff and discharges from stormwater drain pipes are the largest contributors to water quality problems in our rivers, streams, and marine waters. Clean Water Action Massachusetts is among the leaders in using Clean Water Act citizen-suit enforcement actions to compel polluters to “clean up their act.” 

From We All Live Downstream

Massachusetts State House - William Zhang
February 8, 2019

We are gearing up for a new legislative session and that means a brand new slate of bills that our elected officials will be considering for the next two years.  As always, Clean Water Action is committed to being a loud and present voice on Beacon Hill and all over the state fighting for environmental justice, public health, and climate change action.  

Ian and Tova, Massachusetts 2018 Interns
December 27, 2018

You know that Clean Water Action fights for clean air, clean water and healthy communities, but did you know we are also helping to train and mentor the next generation of environmental leaders? Our Youth Action Council offers opportunities for Boston area students to raise their voices in the movement and our internship program gives an in depth experience to two rising leaders each semester. 

Ellie (3rd from left) joins Clean Water Action in honoring Senator Cynthia Stone Creem (D-Newton) for her work on legislation to ban toxic flame retardants
July 27, 2018

This is the second in a series of interviews with Clean Water Action Massachusetts Advisory Board Members.