How You Can Help


Count fish and their nests to assess migratory fish populations and behaviors. From April to July.

Paddle with a purpose to pull invasive plants. From June to August.

Restore rivers, improve wildlife habitat, and stabilize river banks. In Spring and Fall.

Water Quality Program Manager Ryan O'Donnell collects a water sample

Collect water samples that get tested for pollution, results posted online. From May to October.

Get your feet wet and hands dirty for cleaner rivers, cleaning up tons of trash! In September.

Group friendly       Family friendly        Paddling        Job opportunities       Recurring commitment

Be a Community Scientist

Our community science programs include water quality and migratory fish monitoring, invasive species control, and tree plantings!

Through these programs, you can help us collect valuable data to inform us about the health of the Connecticut River watershed. Help us measure the impact of our work!

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