Connecticut River Conservancy's end-of-year livestream recording, which offers 2023 programs highlights from staff and an introduction from CRC's new Executive Director.
New bill to formalize partnerships between state, local, and private entities to promote conservation efforts of the Connecticut River Watershed and create a funding stream.
The annual Source to Sea Cleanup is back this September 22nd – 23rd, with opportunities for individual groups to set their own specific cleanup days.
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.
Bald Eagles build their nests on the banks and in the floodplains of rivers or the periphery of lakes and ponds. Here's research to show how their populations have grown.
Comments to FERC regarding Green Mountain Power's revised study plan in the relicensing process for the Glen Hydro Facility on the Mascoma River.
Joint comments here: https://www.ctriver.org/wp-content/uploads/2022-07-22-Coalition-Comments-on-Proposed-VWQS-Draft-Rule.pdf
Each year, volunteers unearth dozens, even hundreds of illegally dumped tires in our rivers during CRC’s annual Source to Sea Cleanup. While the scope of
Plastics are always among the most found trash items during CRC’s annual Source to Sea Cleanup. Join us to explore our relationship to plastics - from