|Statement||prepared by Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, Division of Water Pollution Control, Technical Services Branch.|
|Contributions||Massachusetts. Division of Water Pollution Control. Technical Services Branch.|
|LC Classifications||TD225.C523 C54 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||83621555|
chicopee river watershed water quality assessment report commonwealth of massachusetts executive office of energy and environmental affairs ian bowles, secretary massachusetts department of environmental protection laurie burt, commissioner bureau of resource protection glenn haas, acting assistant commisioner division of watershed management. A section of the Chicopee River in Hampden County, Massachusetts. Red Bridge Pool. This is a acre impoundment on the Chicopee River in Ludlow with . The Chicopee River is an mile-long ( km) tributary of the Connecticut River in Metropolitan Springfield, Massachusetts, known for fast-moving water and its extraordinarily large basin: the Connecticut River's largest tributary basin. The Chicopee River originates in a Palmer, Massachusetts village called Three Rivers, and then flows. Chicopee River. 61 likes were here. The Chicopee River is an mi tributary of the Connecticut River in Metropolitan Springfield, Massachusetts, /5(7).
The Chicopee River Watershed is the largest of the 27 major drainage basins in Massachusetts. It drains more than square miles of central Massachusetts before it finally joins the Connecticut River in the City of Chicopee. It all started here June of I had read an article in the Springfield paper the year before about the Chicopee River Basin. I was captured by the descriptions of each part of this river especially how scenic the river was. This was the river that I grew up near that as a teenager I remember more the stench more than beauty. intentionally left blank chicopee river basin – lake segment assessments. A total of lakes, ponds or impoundments (the term "lakes" will hereafter be used to include all) cover acres have been identified and assigned Pond and Lake Information System (PALIS) code numbers in the Chicopee River Basin (Ackerman and MA DEP b). Crossing the river was downright dangerous at times. Based on the river level, people would ford the river. A ford is a shallow place with good footing where a river or stream may be crossed by wading or even with a horse and wagon. In summer and especially in fall, the Chicopee river can be very low like most rivers in New England.
Chicopee River (Drainage Basin Study No. 7) [The Massachusetts State Planning Board] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : The Massachusetts State Planning Board. Then I would say get down to the Chicopee River sometime, it’s beautiful. Try the site below the Red Bridge Dam. Paul. on Ma at pm | Reply andrew. When the river is high you can launch from a small outlet by the Christmas tree farm near the house that westover bought and fenced in. It puts you close to the marsh. The Chicopee River watershed drains more than square miles of central Massachusetts before joining the Connecticut River, and includes all or part of 39 cities and towns with a combined population of about , The Massachusetts Riverways Program (Riverways), an office within the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game, established. The Seven Mile River or Sevenmile River is a mile-long ( km) stream in central heads at Browning Pond, at the Oakham and Spencer border, and travels south through Spencer, following a short distance from State Route 31 (North Spencer Road). It crosses under Route 31 the highway becomes Pleasant Street, then continues south along Old ⁃ coordinates: 42°18′29″N 71°59′49″W .