A blog site dedicated to forcing Jonathan Yeo (head of DCR-DWSP) to answer questions. http://askyeo.blogspot.com/

NEMBA Proposal to manage the trails in the Ware Watershed for ALL users: http://www.nemba.org/sites/default/files/PDF%20%20Files/NEMBA_WRW_Request_Nov15.pdf

A link to the map at right which overlays the NEMBA Proposal with the DEP Watershed Protection Zones. http://www.nemba.org/sites/default/files/PDF%20%20Files/wrw_nemba_map_20161123.pdf"

A review of DCR-DWSP water quality data showing NO effect of any recreational activity in ANY of the watersheds: http://www.nemba.org/sites/default/files/PDF%20%20Files/MWRA_DWSP_Water_Quality_Quabbin_Wachsusett_Ware-1997-2014.pdf

The NEMBA website for mountain biking and trail advocacy in general: http://www.nemba.org/

Facebook page for the Quinipoxet Watershed riders who are facing their own challenges from the DWSP: https://www.facebook.com/Quinapoxet-mountain-bikers-986649431407686/?fref=ts

Friends of the Ware River Watershed: http://warewatershed.org/ 

FOMBA: http://www.fomba.org/ or what the Friends of the Ware River Watershed could become if DWSP decided to cooperative rather than be defensive. And an example of mountain biking co-existing with watershed management.

Loch Raven Reservoir Watershed near Baltimore, another example of what can happen if the  watershed authorites are cooperative rather than combative: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/bs-md-bike-friendly-baltimore-20150325-story.html

US Forest Service video on building sustainable single track trails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rch8fJcfgXM