Completed Projects

The Vermont River Conservancy has conserved over 50 important sites around Vermont.  We work in cooperation with landowners to conserve land with a variety of purposes from river corridor protection for flood resiliency to public access and recreational uses.  VRC stewards conserved properties with annual monitoring visits to each site.  Donate or email us to volunteer today to help our stewardship efforts.  To learn more about our flood resiliency projects or to plan a trip to your favorite swimming hole, visit our interactive map or search by project type.

 

 

Latest News

VRC Welcomes Dave Hajdasz to Board

VRC was thrilled to welcome Dave Hajdasz ... more »

Nulhegan Confluence Hut – Volunteer Days Oct 21st and 22nd

Join us on Friday, October 21st and/or Saturday, ... more »

Nulhegan River Clean-up

On October 9th, join river enthusiasts on a Sunday ... more »

Nulhegan Confluence Hut Raising

Join us on Monday, October 10th (Columbus ... more »

VRC Celebrates Arthur Buck River Access

The Vermont River Conservancy was excited ... more »

VRC Plants 170 Native and Edible Trees along the LaPlatte River

This spring, the Vermont River Conservancy ... more »


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