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.
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.
Rivers and waterbodies across the country are held in “the public trust,” a core environmental doctrine...
August 19, 2021 Shannon Ames, Executive Director Low Impact Hydropower Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue, Office 407 Arlington, MA 02476 Re: LIHI Project #19
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
Statement of Andrea Donlon, River Steward Connecticut River Conservancy Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture May 18, 2021 S.560, An Act
Statement of Andrea Donlon, River Steward, Connecticut River Conservancy Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture May 18, 2021 S.560,
Just in time to celebrate World Water Day, CRC and partners are excited to announce the new CT River Paddlers' Trail smartphone app! Be the
February 5, 2021 Shannon Ames, Executive Director Low Impact Hydro Institute 1167 Massachusetts Avenue Office 407 Arlington, MA 02476 Submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org