Join us to enjoy rivers at these in-person and virtual gatherings. Engage with CRC’s efforts to restore, protect, and enhance our waterways! Events are added throughout the year and revised as needed.
Live From the Boathouse: Rebecca Todd at CT River Museum
March 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
From Source to Sea: the Work of the Connecticut River Conservancy
Join CRC Executive Director Rebecca Todd for a talk that encompasses all 410 miles of the Connecticut River and lays out the diverse strategies employed by CRC to fight for cleaner, healthier rivers. Light refreshments will be provided.
Founded in 1952, the Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC) was created to fight pollution and utilize watershed planning to protect and improve water quality. Today, it serves as a voice for the Connecticut River watershed and does an enormous amount of work across four states in VT, NH, MA, and CT to preserve, restore, and advocate for environmental health.
Rebecca Todd joined CRC in October 2023. For over 30 years Rebecca has advised organizations, individuals, and businesses in matters related to environmental, educational, contractual, employment, and non-profit management. She served as General Counsel for Antioch University, as Associate Attorney General in the Office of the Attorney General in Washington in the Education and Ecology divisions, and litigated cases for the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, Inc. (now Earthjustice) and the Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. related to the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, and hazardous waste laws. Rebecca also teaches environmental law, legal advocacy, and other subjects nationally and internationally.
Connecticut River Museum members: FREE