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.
Rivers and waterbodies across the country are held in “the public trust,” a core environmental doctrine...
CRC has been active in these talks but made the decision not to sign the agreement, here's the good, the bad, and the reasons why.
Comments to FERC regarding Green Mountain Power's revised study plan in the relicensing process for the Glen Hydro Facility on the Mascoma River.
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: email@example.com Re: Comments on the 15 Mile
Connecticut River Hydropower Agreements Fail the Public’s River CRC opposes major elements of agreements addressing river flow and fish migration below Turners Falls dam Greenfield,
December 6, 2021 Shannon Ames, Executive Director Low Impact Hydro Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue Office 407 Arlington, MA 02476 Submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 19, 2021 Shannon Ames, Executive Director Low Impact Hydropower Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue, Office 407 Arlington, MA 02476 Re: LIHI Project #19
August 5, 2021 Low Impact Hydropower Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue, Office 407, Arlington, MA 02476 Re: LIHI Project #80 – Gardner Falls Hydroelectric