A visit to the Philbrick-Cricenti Bog in New London NH, which is between the Connecticut and Merrimack River watersheds and hosts a unique assemblage of boardwalks and plants.
Contractors licensed to practice in the State of Massachusetts are requested to submit proposals for infrastructure improvements to enhance an existing river access point at
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December, 2021 Hydropower Updates A year has passed since FirstLight Power (FirstLight) and Great River Hydro (GRH) filed Amended Final License Applications (AFLAs) with the
October, 2021 Hydropower Updates Amended Final License Applications (AFLAs) for five FirstLight Power (First Light) and Great River Hydro (GRH) facilities on the Connecticut
June, 2021 Hydropower Updates Amended Final License Applications for five FirstLight and Great River Hydro facilities on the Connecticut River have been submitted to the
Brattleboro, VT — This April, Connecticut River Conservancy completed construction work on the removal of two earthen berms in Guilford and Halifax, VT that block