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,
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
This commentary is by Andrea Donlon and Kathy Urffer, who serve as River Stewards for the Connecticut River Conservancy in MA, VT, and NH.
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This commentary is by Andrea Donlon, who lives in Buckland MA and is River Steward for the Connecticut River Conservancy. The Connecticut River is New
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
Objection to Deficient FirstLight Amended Final License Application and Request for Additional Information
FirstLight submitted their Amended Final License Application (AFLA) for the Wilder, Bellows Falls and Vernon dams in December 2020. While there will be a
Good news - Amended Final License Applications for five FirstLight and Great River Hydro facilities on the Connecticut River have been submitted to FERC.
CRC responds to five final hydropower license applications that will shape the future of the Connecticut River for generations
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