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.
Full recording available. This press conference was intended to educate the public about testing and remediation of invasive aquatic species in the Connecticut River, focusing on hydrilla, an invasive species.
The annual Source to Sea Cleanup is back this September 22nd – 23rd, with opportunities for individual groups to set their own specific cleanup days.
The Massachusetts portion of the Connecticut River is impacted by four remaining CSO communities, all of which have been working to reduce CSO discharges for decades.
Our primary concern at this time is safety. We do not recommend any recreation activity on the river until the rain has subsided and the risk of flood has passed.
How the Supreme Court’s Clean Water Act Decision May Impact the Connecticut River & Surrounding Habitats
Summary of the decision, potential impact to wetlands, and how CRC will be moving forward to protect clean water.
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Summary of our Earth Day activities, including tree planting, cyanobacteria mitigation, and trash cleanups!