VRC secures funding for the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail

Monday, February 6th, 2012

With 2012 funding secured from the Tillotson Foundation and Upper Connecticut River Mitigation and Enhancement Fund, the Vermont River Conservancy will continue developing the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail.  With these funds we are protecting and improving boat launch areas, primitive campsites, and fishing holes along the Upper Connecticut River, and developing a volunteer campsite stewardship program. The VRC continues to facilitate a collaborative approach to managing the paddlers’ trail, which is a shared effort bringing together over 19 partner organizations.

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