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.
Greenfield, MA— The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRC) and the State of Vermont have released six new videos to help communities prepare for flooding. Experts
(Montpelier, VT) Vermont leaders have a new online tool to help their communities become more flood resilient: Flood Ready Vermont at www.floodready.vermont.gov. Flood Ready Vermont
10. Rivers don't stop at the state line. Nor does the Council. Your gift fights pollution and other threats to the Connecticut River and 148
For Immediate Release May 9, 2014. Pomfret, VT – The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRC) today announced the successful completion of a river restoration project
Comment: Re: Proposed Wetland Regulation Changes pursuant to Chapter 238, section 50, of the Acts of 2012
Massachusetts Department of Environmental ProtectionBureau of Resource Protection – Wetlands Regulatory Comment BoxOne Winter Street, Fifth FloorBoston, MA 02108February 21, 2014 Dear MassDEP wetlands staff,
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Vermont. October 1, 2011. The unrelenting precipitation from Irene caused rivers to rise and as flows increased the rivers turned brown, jumped their banks and