The WFA supplemented the project with a $10,000 pledge. This Phase II study compliments the first part of the work that was compiled by the Umass Dartmouth’s SMAST and brings that part of the work to attend to the nitrogen loading problem to a close.
The WFA will advocate that the Town will have to work out the details for solutions. Also the WFA joined with the Coalition for Buzzard’s Bay in petitioning DEP to set the TAMDL’s (total allowable maximum daily limits) for tributaries entering the river. These benchmarks are necessaryin order to know the extent of measures that will be needed to restore and keep the river healthy.