Store – Buy a Canoe Map and more
To buy a canoe map, shirt or book, please specify which item(s) you want and send a check payable to IRWA to P.O. Box 576, Ipswich, MA 01938. Price includes postage and handling, and we will mail your item(s) to you. If you prefer, you can purchase these items in person by stopping by IRWA’s office or online. For online purchases, when you reach the section which asks you to enter a description of how you’d like your donation to be used, please enter “1 Canoe Map” or whatever it is you are ordering. A portion of your purchase supports our efforts to keep the river out of danger. Thanks!
|Ipswich River Canoe Map (Great For Kayakers Too!)|
|This is the best map for paddling the Ipswich River! This unique, 23 1⁄2 inch wide by 17 1⁄4 inch tall map comes on easy-to-read heavy white paper. The map lists 22 public access launch sites and rest stops from Woburn Street in Wilmington to the center of town in Ipswich, and then on out to the estuary where the river meets the sea. The distances between the 22 sites are listed in miles. All of the outstanding river features, as well as a wonderful history of the river, are described in detail on the back of the map. This handy guide will educate and entertain you as you paddle. Canoe Map $4.50 for IRWA members; $5.50 for non-members. Please consider becoming a member! Members can use our canoes for free. Buy now online ($10 minimum) by clicking here.|
|The Water Closet: Ipswich River Watershed and Beyond|
|We are pleased to announce the arrival of a new book, The Water Closet, by Pike Messenger. In his new book Pike has compiled a rich and enjoyable assortment of his water-related essays written for a weekly column “The Water Closet” by the Middleton Stream Team and published from January 2006 through December 2011 in the Tri-Town Transcript, a community paper serving the Ipswich River watershed towns of Middleton, Boxford and Topsfield. Get your copy for $20 if you pick it up at IRWA’s headquarters at 143 County Road in Ipswich or add an additional $4 postage if you would like us to mail it. A portion of the proceeds supports protection of the Ipswich River and surrounding lands. Buy now online by clicking here.|