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Dam Removal Open House – East Burke, VT

East Burke Dam “Open House” - Thurs. March 30th - 12 Noon to 7 PM @ the Burke Mountain Club/Library The East Burke dam has been

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

Defunct Dams Still Damage Rivers

We have been reading and hearing a lot about dams lately. There is the recent story about rehabilitation of the Bennington, VT dams, the proposed

$199,000 grant will help remove old dams in Vermont and New Hampshire

Pomfret, Vermont – The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) has received a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to help fund 7

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

CRWC comments on the preliminary application document for Great Falls Hydro Passumpsic River

December 22, 2014 Honorable Kimberly D. Bose Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC 20426   Re: CRWC comments on the

Endangered CT River Sturgeon gets its own beer

Greenfield, MA— The People’s Pint Brewery and the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) are partnering to raise awareness of the shortnose sturgeon with a new

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

VT & NH Restoration Projects Receive Grant Funding

For Immediate Release:  February 26, 2015 Upper Valley River Restoration Projects Receive Grant Funding Pomfret, Vermont – The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) announced today

Migration Nation

Vermont, June 1, 2014.  In spring, the Connecticut River becomes a highway. Moving along this migration artery are fish stimulated to do so by the