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  • With 40 miles of free-flowing waters, the Taunton River is the longest undammed coastal river in New England.

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  • Hundreds of years ago there were no wetlands protections, and the Taunton River was a vital trading and transportation route for the region.

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  • "The Taunton River is the cornerstone of a 562 square mile freshwater system, providing essential services like water filtration, flood protection and recreation to 38 towns," said Wayne Klockner, director of The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts.

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  • The Taunton River is the longest un-dammed coastal river in New England.

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  • Weetamoo lost her footing while trying to escape across the Taunton River and drowned.

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  • The Fall River City Council then added support by passing a resolution that supports dredging the Taunton River to a depth of 40 feet.

    How Do You Make the Most of the Taunton River?

  • In a recent report to Congress, the Bush administration documented how the Taunton River meets the demanding standards for wild and scenic designation.

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  • Congress should act now, and give the Taunton River the recognition and protection it deserves.

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  • We've got nothing against container docks, but the Taunton River would not seem to qualify as wild, much less scenic, under any of the law's descriptive qualities.

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  • Last month the powerful Congressman pushed a bill through the House Natural Resources Committee that would give the Taunton River that designation under federal law.

    Mr. Frank's Wild River

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