Connecticut River Conservancy

  BRATTLEBORO - Keith Rodney, of Wilmington, won the Allagash bag in a drawing at the Connecticut River Conservancy’s 44th New England Paddlesports Championship on Sunday, August 7. He also competed in the stand-up paddleboard race and finished third.

Action at the 2021 paddlesports championship. Kelly Fletcher
BRATTLEBORO - The Connecticut River Conservancy’s first-ever Riverfest Weekend will kick off Saturday and Sunday, August 6 and 7, in Brattleboro and Hinsdale, NH, highlighted by the 44th annual New England paddlesports championship on Sunday. Riverfest promises family-friendly near-river and on-...

River restoration projects underway.
SOUTHERN VERMONT - This year, the Connecticut River Conservancy has completed more than 20 river restoration projects across the four-state Connecticut River watershed. These projects will restore natural river flow, improve wildlife habitat, and protect clean water. They also boosted local...
SOUTHERN VERMONT - The Windham County Natural Resources Conservation District, Connecticut River Conservancy, and the Windham Regional Commission announce a collaboration to provide outreach and services to the public and municipalities to enhance water quality and tactical basin planning in...
Volunteers hold tires cleaned out of the river basin.
BRATTLEBORO - Registration is now open for the Connecticut River Conservancy’s 25th annual Source to Sea cleanup, from Friday, September 24, to Sunday, September 26.
The annual Source to Sea cleanup is a river cleanup, CRC-coordinated in all four states of the 410-mile Connecticut River...
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...

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