Connecticut River Conservancy is happy to announce that Board of Trustees member Kari Kastango will soon be the first person to complete a swim of the entire length of the 410-mile Connecticut River.
Summary of an impactful sea lamprey rescue with volunteers at the Turners Falls Cabot Station after the canal was drained.
Dam removal and new bridge construction in Wilmington, VT, to restore water quality, reconnect native Brook trout habitat, & improve flood resiliency in Beaver Brook.
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.
From dam removals to tree planting we take a holistic approach to implementing initiatives that prioritize protecting clean water, restoring natural river flow, and improving wildlife habitat.
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Resource Protection –Water Management Program One Winter Street, 5thfloor Boston, MA 02108 Re: Water Resources Management Program
Support for SB 240: An Act Concerning the Use of Sodium Chloride to Mitigate Snow and Ice Accumulation I am writing in support, with
Connecticut River Conservancy Testimony in SUPPORT (with modifications) of HB 5143 An Act Establishing an Office of Aquatic Invasive Species. February 24th, 2022
December 7, 2021 Nathan Chien U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 1 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 (06-4) Boston MA 02109-3912 Cathy Vakalopoulos MassDEP