River restoration projects play a vital role in the stewardship of the Connecticut River and tributaries. These include floodplain restoration, dam removal, strategic wood additions, and tree planting.
Grant announcement from the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to remove an old dam and restore the surrounding floodplain in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire.
Partnerships are essential to Connecticut River Conservancy's work, and we are thrilled to highlight the USFWS staff who helped remove a dam/update a culver to a new bridge in Vermont.
Recently completed restoration project on Beaver Brook in Vermont will improve water quality, restore native Brook trout habitat, and bolster flood resiliency.
Connecticut River Conservancy is happy to announce that Board of Trustees member Kari Kastango will soon be the first person to complete a swim of the entire length of the 410-mile Connecticut River.
It was an incredible turnout of volunteers, families, businesses, and diverse communities who came together to clean up our rivers!
For over 30 years Rebecca has advised organizations, individuals, and businesses in matters related to environmental, educational, contractual, employment, and non-profit management.
Summary of an impactful sea lamprey rescue with volunteers at the Turners Falls Cabot Station after the canal was drained.
Dam removal and new bridge construction in Wilmington, VT, to restore water quality, reconnect native Brook trout habitat, & improve flood resiliency in Beaver Brook.
New bill to formalize partnerships between state, local, and private entities to promote conservation efforts of the Connecticut River Watershed and create a funding stream.