Monthly newspaper column about the River and its many related topics, written by River Steward David Deen.
The American eel (Anguilla rostrata) is a peculiar fish. First, although eels breathe with gills underwater, they can survive out of water for several hours
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
Most people do not like sea lampreys even though they have never seen one. The fish have a bad reputation as an invasive species in
Ding, ding, ding, ding: the start bell for river season rang on Memorial Day and the Connecticut River Watershed Council asks all river users to
River advocates often refer to rivers, streams, and lakes as being part of a watershed. We use the word because we are familiar with the
Three great rivers flow north to south in New England. One is our Connecticut River. The others are the Hudson River, most often thought of
If one were to offer that there was something good about mosquitoes, now would be the time of year to do so since they are
Being an incurable over the side of bridges watcher for 50 years can lead to some entertaining events that unfold while peering into the water.
In the Connecticut River watershed, you can catch bass in the main river, a mix of bass, rainbow, and brown trout in the lower reaches
The Class of 2018 does not refer to a graduation class from one of our area schools, but instead refers to licenses that the Federal