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Writings intended to benefit people who use the river or watershed for relaxation and pleasure.

The Power of Water / The Power of Words: A community art project to influence major river decisions

Hanover, NH – On Thursday, March 23 from 7-9pm the Howe Library (13 E. South Street, Mayer Room) will host a lively and informative free

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

Plein-Air Painting Workshop with Jamie Young

Plein-Air Painting Workshop with Jamie Young Saturday, July 23 Noon - 5pm Brattleboro Museum, Brattleboro, Vermont RSVP   Enjoy the fresh air with beautiful

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,

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

$78,000 Pollution Settlement Benefits Your Rivers

Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) is pleased that an agreement has been reached to resolve long-running pollution violations by Chang Farms.

Watershed Council Hosts Connecticut River Program

Greenfield, MA— On Saturday, April 23rd, the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) will host Adair Mulligan presenting “The Connecticut: New England’s Great River.”  This free

CT River Diver Shares Her Petroglyph Discovery

Greenfield, MA— On Saturday, April 2nd the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) will host master diver Annette Spaulding to discuss her recent petroglyph discovery beneath

What do you want for your rivers?

The Connecticut River Watershed Council and Art for Water are creating a “river of words” to draw attention to the federal relicensing of five major

The Power of Water / The Power of Words

Public-participation, Community Art Project Tells a Thousand Stories to Make the Connecticut River Cleaner and Greener The Connecticut River Watershed Council is working with River