Connecticut River

Linda and Steve Lembke
VERMONT - In 2021, the Vermont River Conservancy took on two new and large projects in Guilford and Brattleboro, respectively, to improve wildlife habitat, keep communities safe, and ensure people will always have access to rivers for swimming, paddling, and fishing.
As an example of this...

Participants lying on banners the colors of water for the Ask the River project, converging people and nature.
BRATTLEBORO - Come be a part of an Ask the River project convergence celebration, Saturday, September 25, at 3 pm, at the Depot Street Greenspace, 23 Depot Street, between the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center and the Connecticut River.
Since 2019, the Ask the River project has traveled...
WINDHAM COUNTY – State planners invite the public to attend one of two meetings in August to hear a presentation and offer their comments and suggestions on the West, Williams, and Saxtons rivers and adjacent Connecticut River Tributaries Tactical Basin Draft Plan.
This plan has been...
BRATTLEBORO - Entering the heat of the summer season, one of the most-asked questions the Connecticut River Conservancy gets is if rivers are clean enough for swimming, boating, and other recreation. There are two ways to know if rivers are likely clean. The first is to think about the recent...

A great blue heron along the shores of Lake Sadawga in Whitingham. File Photo
WILMINGTON- State planners are seeking public input on a draft watershed protection plan for the Deerfield River and the Lower Connecticut River. Officials from the Department of Environmental Conservation Watershed Management Division presented the 170-plus-page report at a public meeting in...

The Deerfield Valley News

797 VT Route 100 North
Wilmington, VT 05363

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