VRC awarded 2 Watershed Grants

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Many thanks to the State of Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department’s Watershed Grants!  This year VRC was awarded almost $10,000 to:

  • Initiate efforts to help conserve a “Swimming Hole in Every Town” throughout Vermont;
  • Pilot citizen stewardship of the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail campsites and boat access sites.

Watershed Grant support will help VRC develop these efforts, which will result in long-term improvement of public access to Vermont’s swimming holes and stewardship of the Paddlers’ Trail.  More info about how you can get involved coming later this summer!

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