Connecticut River Conservancy's end-of-year livestream recording, which offers 2023 programs highlights from staff and an introduction from CRC's new Executive Director.
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.
Rivers and waterbodies across the country are held in “the public trust,” a core environmental doctrine...
Read our full comments or get the summary - these licenses can last 30-50 years and will affect fish passage.
Comments in collaboration with Deerfield River Watershed Association, Town of Shelburne, and Town of Buckland in regards to the Gardner Falls Project.
CRC has been active in these talks but made the decision not to sign the agreement, here's the good, the bad, and the reasons why.
Any amount of oil that FirstLight discharges into the Connecticut River has an immediate, harmful impact on the aquatic ecosystem.
Connecticut River Conservancy Testimony in OPPOSITION to SB 123 An Act Concerning the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, the Regulation of Electric Rates and State Public
Update on all things hydropower, including FirstLight Power facilities in MA and Great River Hydro in VT & NH.
Comments to FERC regarding Green Mountain Power's revised study plan in the relicensing process for the Glen Hydro Facility on the Mascoma River.