Our efforts to return portions of the watershed to a more natural condition.
European water chestnut (Trapa natans – often referred to simply as Trapa) is an aquatic invasive plant found throughout the Connecticut River basin. If
The Connecticut River Conservancy continued our dam removal work in 2017, removing 3 old dams that no logner served a useful purpose. These removals
For immediate release – December 6, 2017 Local farms get new trees to improve water quality Pomfret, Vermont – This fall the Connecticut River Conservancy
For Immediate Release: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 Pomfret, Vermont – The Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC), formerly Connecticut River Watershed Council, today announced that they have
Connecticut River Museum Will Participate in the Last Leg of the Connecticut River Conservancy’s Source to Sea Jump-In Journey, Celebrating 65 years of success
For Immediate Release: Thursday May 4, 2017 Contact: Ron Rhodes, 802-457-6114 Five river restoration plantings in northern New Hampshire and Vermont completed this spring Pomfret,
Greenfield, MA — While the future of national environmental priorities is unclear, the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRC) will keep close watch of proposed changes
Pomfret, VT — The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRC) completed several meaningful river restoration projects in 2016 throughout the New Hampshire and Vermont part of the
Click on this link to see the completed-project-fact-sheet-bissell-brook for details on this large wood addition project in North Stratford, New Hampshire.