Recent News - Wachusett

BIKE Magazine Features Ware River Watershed Access Issue

BIKE Magazine has published a digital article along with video interviews about our access issue at the Ware River Watershed.Stone Walled: How a Massachusetts watershed became the nation’s fiercest fat-tire battleground By Devon O'Neil Title...

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Mountain Bikers Deserve Access to the Ware River Watershed

Mountain Bikers Meet with Senator Gobi, DCR and EEA Leaders to Discuss Access to the Ware River Watershed

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Mountain Biking not Harmful to Watershed Land

Mountain biking not harmful to watershed land Brett Russ Vice President Wachusett Chapter New England Mountain Bike Association --------

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NEMBA Presents Ware River Watershed Proposal to EOEEA

NEMBA Presents Ware River Watershed Proposal to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs   Boston, MA, December 18, 2015:  Representatives from the New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) met with the leadership of the...

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Finding Solutions and Improving Mountain Biking in the Ware Watershed

On September 25th, 2014 Director Jonathan Yeo of the DCR Department of Water Supply Protection and some of his staff met with members of Wachusett Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) and NEMBA staffers, Philip Keyes...

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Ware Watershed & Mountain Biking

Members of Wachusett NEMBA will be meeting with Department of Conservation & Recreation land management for the Ware River watershed to discuss issues relating to mountain biking on this property. Mountain bikers have ridden on the many...

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