9/18 (date change) & 9/24 CT River Paddlers’ Trail Work Trips

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Please join us for campsite construction, lunch and paddling on the Connecticut River.  The Vermont River Conservancy is developing new campsites as part of the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail, a series of primitive campsites and river access points spanning 240 miles from the river’s headwaters to the Massachusetts border, and we need your help!

Date Change due to Hurricane Irene: Volunteer Sunday, September 18th to help build and install a picnic table, small box privy, register box and access signage at a newly designated campsite in Monroe, New Hampshire.

Volunteer Saturday, September 24th to construct a two-bin mouldering privy at a campsite in Maidstone, Vermont.

Lunch will be provided for both workdays. After the work party, join us paddling to explore these scenic stretches of the river.

For more information and to register, please contact Noah Pollock at noah.pollock (AT) gmail.com or (802) 540-0319.

Latest News

Save the Date for VRC’s 2nd Annual River Gala!

Please save the date for the Vermont River ... more »

VRC Welcomes Summer Stewardship Intern

VRC is happy to welcome Summer Stewardship ... more »

VRC is Hiring!

The Vermont River Conservancy is hiring a part-time ... more »

VRC Receives EPA Grant to Restore Floodplain

VRC is in line to receive a $200,000 grant ... more »

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 »


See All »