Just Conserved: 6 acres on the Neshobe River

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

6 acres of the Dilts property was dramatically impacted by Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011, when the Neshobe River flooded these wooded  floodplain forests.

This area functioned properly as a floodplain forest by collecting organic debris, sediment and slowing down flood waters, lessening floodwater impacts to downstream Brandon.

This parcel could have been cleared or developed in the future, but with the help of thoughtful landowners, VRC is ensuring the river will be allowed to move freely and the essential functions of the floodplain forest are protected.


Latest News

VRC Works With Partners to Protect Land Along the White River

–Below is an excerpt from an original ... more »

Help us protect Huntington Gorge today!

Vermont River Conservancy and the Richmond ... more »

North Branch Cascades Trail Stormwater Assessment Completed

A stormwater reduction plan has been developed ... more »

4th river corridor easement on the Wild Branch completed

“They don’t call it the Wild Branch for nothing” ... more »

Swimming made more accessible on the Williams River

Chester is nestled in the Green Mountains, ... more »

VRC’s River Gala on October 20th!

You are invited to the Vermont River Conservancy’s ... more »


See All »