Friends of the Quabbin: The Friends of Quabbin, Inc., was formed in 1984 as a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to increasing public awareness and appreciation of the unique natural and historical resources of the Quabbin Reservoir and Reservation. The FOQ hosts a wide range of information on the Swift River Valley, Quabbin Reservoir, and much more. Photo Credit: New Salem Lookout, courtesy of Dale Monette, DCR Visitor Center
Gone, But Not Forgotten, a documentary of the Swift River Historical Society. Produced by Barry Smith for Grafton Community Television
Quabbin Reservoir Historic Photograph Collection Digital Access Project, presented by Sean Fisher of DCR
WBZ Radio: Quabbin Lost Towns, Part 1
WBZ Radio: Quabbin Lost Towns, Part 2
“Old Quabbin Valley” by Lawrence Hott
“Greetings from New Salem” presented by William Hosley
Photographs of Real Estate in the Swift River Valley
Audrey R. Duckert Quabbin Valley Oral History Collection
“Classic film focuses on towns, controversy nearly forgotten” by Richie Davis, Staff Writer, The Recorder, published 2/8/2019
North Quabbin Woods: The New England Forestry Foundation is dedicated to providing for the conservation and ecologically sound management of privately owned forest lands in New England, throughout the Americas, and beyond. Their website has resources for enjoying the nearby area and visiting Quabbin sites.
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation are the custodians of the Quabbin Reservoir.
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, the public authority tasked with providing water (via the Quabbin and Wachusett reservoirs) and sewer services to 2.5 million people and more.
Old Quabbin Valley Facebook video