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Welcome to the MRA

The Magothy River Association (MRA) is dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the water quality, plants, and wildlife of the Magothy River and its watershed. Founded in 1946, the MRA is an all-volunteer group, incorporated as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization representing over 300 individual members and 30 community associations within the Magothy River Watershed. The organization designs and executes projects that restore and protect the welfare of the river and its watershed.

Monthly Meetings

The MRA meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm at the Berrywood Community Clubhouse. This can vary so please check our Facebook Page for up-to-date announcements and other timely information.

Recent News & Events

December 2019 Algae Bloom

There have been reports of cloudy, muddy, or streaking water at several locations along the Magothy.

State of the Magothy – March 2021 Event

The annual State of the Magothy meeting for 2020 will be presented via a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.  A weblink will be made available at 6:45 PM with three recent short videos produced by MRA.  The meeting will open at 7:00 PM with a short introduction by Paul Spadaro, MRA President.  The Magothy River Index will be presented by Dr. Sally Hornor, MRA Vice-President, and will be followed by Anne Arundel County Archaeology Laboratory Director, Amelia Chisholm, M.A.A.    Amelia will present “A Discussion of Native American Artifacts in Anne Arundel County”.



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Operation Clearwater

How’s the river or creek water quality in your community? Check out Operation Clearwater under Projects.

Working to Preserve and Protect the Magothy River Watershed