As the river cools down our underwater neighbors are similarly adjusting their routines; in ways that are still rather mysterious and hidden from our eyes. In acknowledgement of our hidden river heroes, this blog post is all about... mussels!
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.
Bald Eagles build their nests on the banks and in the floodplains of rivers or the periphery of lakes and ponds. Here's research to show how their populations have grown.
Our assessment of PFAS in the Connecticut River based on available research throughout the watershed.
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Connecticut River Hydropower Agreements Fail the Public’s River CRC opposes major elements of agreements addressing river flow and fish migration below Turners Falls dam Greenfield,
Greenfield, MA – Registration is now open for Connecticut River Conservancy’s (CRC) 25th annual Source to Sea Cleanup on September 24-26. The annual Source to
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