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Local Watershed Groups Host Clean Water Cafes

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Local Watershed Groups Host Clean Water Cafes

July 27th, 2018|

Brattleboro, Vermont—Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC), Windham Regional Commission (WRC), Windham County Natural Resources District (WCNRCD), Southeastern Vermont Watershed Alliance (SEVWA) and the Saxtons River Watershed Collaborative (SRWC) welcome community members to join us for casual conversations about clean water and the health of our local waterways.

Clean Water Cafes will take place at the following locations in southeastern Vermont during Vermont’s Clean Water week (http://dec.vermont.gov/watershed/cwi/clean-water-week).  We invite local community members to join us for an informal chat about clean water.  Open to everyone! We welcome your knowledge, questions, comments, stories, and ideas. Bring a friend, and enjoy a casual open conversation to increase our engagement with our local waterways.  If you love our rives, come chat!

The public is invited to join us at the following venues and times:

Monday, July 30                4:30—5:30pm             Flat Iron Exchange, 51 the Square, Bellows Falls, VT

Thursday, August 2           5:00—7:00 pm            JD McCliments Pub, 26 Bellows Falls Road, Putney, VT

CRC’s River Steward Kathy Urffer, “We welcome this opportunity to engage in conversation with our neighbors and build a deeper relationship with and understanding of our watershed as we continue to work to protect some of our most important public assets – our rivers. We look forward to holding additional Clean Water Cafes in the Connecticut River Watershed over the coming months.”

These Clean Water Cafes have been organized through the generous support of the High Meadows Fund.

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