Formerly the CT River Watershed Council|

CRC History Timeline

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CRC History Timeline

  • David Deen

2nd River Steward

CRWC expanded staff to include a 2nd River Steward for Vermont & New Hampshire.

April 20th, 2017|
  • CRC

Relaunch as CRC

CRWC evolves yet again to become the Connecticut River Conservancy to grow and better serve our rivers.

April 9th, 2017|

National Blueway

In 2012, the Connecticut River and watershed was named the nation’s first, and only, National Blueway. The program ended shortly after this designation.

April 9th, 2017|
  • Ron Rhodes

4th River Steward

CRWC staff expanded again to include a River Steward for the north country of Vermont and New Hampshire.

April 9th, 2017|
  • 1st water sample

Water Quality Lab

CRWC opened our own water testing lab to process water samples for bacteria.

April 9th, 2017|
  • EAHall

Office Move Yet Again

CRWC purchased the historic E.A. Hall Building, the historic Franklin County Courthouse, located in Greenfield, MA in 1999. After extensive renovations, the offices were moved

April 9th, 2017|

American Heritage River

The Connecticut River was designated by the US EPA as an American Heritage River – one of only 14 in the country.

April 9th, 2017|

Source to Sea Cleanup Begins

CRWC held first annual Source to Sea Cleanup. This event continues today and has grown to regularly include over 2,000 volunteers and more than 100

April 9th, 2017|

New Logo

CRWC evolved and adopted a new logo.

April 9th, 2017|

3rd River Steward

CRWC expanded staff to include a third River Steward for Massachusetts.

April 9th, 2017|
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