CRC is supportive of all aspects of this bill. It is vital that regulatory authority regarding development in river corridors and flood hazard areas be managed by the state.
The Long Island Sound River Restoration Network (RRN), a network of Connecticut and New York-based organizations including Connecticut River Conservancy dedicated to the restoration and health of the region’s rivers, has released their Dam Removal Report. The report summarizes the benefits of removing dams to restore free-flowing rivers in the Long Island Sound watershed and showcases a dam removal site that has rebounded with native flora and fauna.
September 1, 2021 Honorable Kimberly D. Bose Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Room 1A Washington, DC 20426 Re: Comments on
March 22, 2022 Low Impact Hydro Institute 329 Massachusetts Ave Suite 6 Lexington, MA 02420 Via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Re: Comments on the 15 Mile
Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC), Appalachian Mountain Club, American Whitewater and other recreation partners thank everyone who participated in last weekend’s
Hydroelectric companies are required to provide recreation amenities as compensation for using the public’s water to generate power. Some of FirstLight and Great River
The Connecticut River is home to many types of wildlife that move throughout the river and rely on parts of the river and riverbanks during
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Andrea Donlon, CRC River Steward (MA) – email@example.com 413-772-2020 x205 (forwards to cell) Kathy Urffer, CRC River Steward (NH & VT)
Greenfield, MA – The Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC) is hosting three virtual Hydropower Coffee Hour events to discuss and answer questions about the five Connecticut
January 27, 2021 Honorable Kimberly D. Bose Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC 20426 Re: Turners Falls Project