The annual Source to Sea Cleanup is back this September 22nd – 23rd, with opportunities for individual groups to set their own specific cleanup days.
The Massachusetts portion of the Connecticut River is impacted by four remaining CSO communities, all of which have been working to reduce CSO discharges for decades.
Our primary concern at this time is safety. We do not recommend any recreation activity on the river until the rain has subsided and the risk of flood has passed.
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.
The successful implementation of two riparian buffer plantings in Reading and Windham, in Southern Vermont.
Rivers and waterbodies across the country are held in “the public trust,” a core environmental doctrine...
How the Supreme Court’s Clean Water Act Decision May Impact the Connecticut River & Surrounding Habitats
Summary of the decision, potential impact to wetlands, and how CRC will be moving forward to protect clean water.
Read our full comments or get the summary - these licenses can last 30-50 years and will affect fish passage.
These five permits all fall into the top 15 largest discharge permits in the MA portion of the watershed.
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