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Local River Advocate Insists “Clean, Healthy Rivers for All”

Greenfield, MA — While the future of national environmental priorities is unclear, the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) will keep close watch of proposed changes

Wrap up of our 2016 Restoration Projects in NH and VT

Pomfret, VT — The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) completed several meaningful river restoration projects in 2016 throughout the New Hampshire and Vermont part of the

CRWC letter to House and Senate conferees on the Hydroelectric bill before Congress HR 8/S 2012

October 18, 2016 Honorable Bernie Sanders United States Senator 332 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510   Honorable Peter Welch United States Representative 2303

CRWC comments on draft indirect discharge permit for Grafton Village Cheese Co.

To: Bryan Harrington                                                                                      July 25, 2016 From: David L. Deen River Steward for the Connecticut River Watershed Council Re: Indirect Discharge permit 9-0055 for Grafton

CRWC Comments on TransCanada Study Plans

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION In Re))                                                 TransCanada Hydro Northeast Inc. Project No. 1892, Project No. 1855, Project No. 1904

RAPS-not a new slang word

An important statewide, intense, and lengthy process to protect the waters of Vermont just ended. It started 18 months ago with the passage of Act

Remember Your Rivers

On June 7th, Vermont and New Hampshire are hosting statewide giving days. Vermont Gives and New Hampshire Gives offer an opportunity to show your state

Online Resource Keeps River Users Healthy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT:                                                                       Andrea Donlon, CRWC MA River Steward, adonlon@ctriver.org, 413-772-2020 ext.205   Alicea Charamut, CRWC Lower River Steward acharamut@ctriver.org,

Trees and shrubs planted along local rivers help reduce erosion, improve water quality, and increase fish & wildlife habitat

For Immediate Release:  Monday May 16, 2016 Pomfret, Vermont – This spring the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) and project partners planted 1,031 native trees

Join Local Organizations to Celebrate World Fish Migration Day

Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) joins over 1,500 organizations around the world to celebrate World Fish Migration Day on Saturday, May