Source to Sea Cleanup

Environmental Film Festival Highlights CT River Issues

Greenfield, MA—The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), as a non-profit underwriter, is pleased to support the Project Native Environmental Film Festival. The free festival will kick off Sunday, March 15th at the Tower Theaters in South Hadley, MA. The Festival will bring a full day of films to the Pioneer […]

Help your rivers celebrate their independence—from trash

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Greenfield, MA. July 3, 2014.  The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) encourages you to do two things while you’re out celebrating this weekend: recycle and scout trash. By recycling what you can and keeping an eye out for trash while you are outdoors, you can help keep […]

Top 10 Reasons to Join by June 30th

10. Rivers don’t stop at the state line. Nor does the Council. Your gift fights pollution and other threats to the Connecticut River and 148 tributaries in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut.

9. You can help us finish New England’s longest paddling trail so it stretches 410 miles from Source […]

Folk musicians playing three concerts to benefit CT River

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Greenfield, MA. April 9, 2014. – Well-known musicians Robin and Linda Williams and Their Fine Group will play three shows throughout the Connecticut River valley to benefit the Connecticut River Watershed Council’s (CRWC) annual Source to Sea Cleanup. Robin and Linda’s blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic […]

2200 volunteers clean 130+ miles of rivers of 45+ tons of trash and debris

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 25, 2013

2200 volunteers clean 130+ miles of rivers of 45+ tons of trash and debris

Greenfield, MA– The 410+ mile long Connecticut River and nearby tributaries are now cleaner of trash thanks to the hard work of over 2,200 dedicated residents and Source to Sea […]

By |October 25th, 2013|Press Releases, Source to Sea Cleanup|0 Comments

New England’s largest river clean-up benefits Long Island Sound

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 1, 2013

New England’s largest river clean-up benefits Long Island Sound:

Source to Sea Cleanup part of National Estuaries Week

Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River estuary region is about to get a whole lot cleaner thanks to over 2,000 pair of helping hands from […]

By |October 1st, 2013|Press Releases, Source to Sea Cleanup|0 Comments

Connecticut – Leading the way to cleaner rivers: Local groups tackle trash, tires and more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 24, 2013

Middletown, CT– Local cleanup group leaders all along the Connecticut River are busy planning for the 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup to be held October 4 & 5. Hosted by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), the Source to Sea Cleanup is an […]

By |September 24th, 2013|Press Releases, Source to Sea Cleanup|0 Comments

Star volunteer organizes hundreds on behalf of the Green River

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 24, 2013

Greenfield, MA– Local cleanup group leaders all along the Connecticut River are busy planning for the 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup to be held October 4 & 5. Hosted by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), the Source to Sea Cleanup is an […]

By |September 24th, 2013|Press Releases, Source to Sea Cleanup|0 Comments

VT & NH – Leading the way to cleaner rivers: Local groups tackle trash, tires and more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 24, 2013

Saxtons River, VT – Local cleanup group leaders all along the Connecticut River are busy planning for the 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup to be held October 4 & 5. Hosted by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), the Source to Sea Cleanup […]

By |September 24th, 2013|Press Releases, Source to Sea Cleanup|0 Comments

The rivers hide more trash than you think & need your help

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 29, 2013

Join the 1,400 clean-up volunteers already registered

Greenfield, MA. August 29, 2013.  The 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup is gearing up to be one of the biggest river clean up events along the Connecticut River yet. Hosted by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC), […]

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