Water-Related Sites

We are always interested in other organizations and websites that have good information about public access to water-related lands in Vermont.  Feel free to let us know about those sites and we will add them to this page.

A good reference for waterfalls in New England:  http://www.newenglandwaterfalls.com

A good reference for swimming holes in Vermont:  http://www.swimmingholes.org/vt.html

A series of books, “Day Trips With A Splash”, has one for all the northeast, with a good selection for Vermont: 
http://www.running-water.com/holes/neholespage.html

If you want to know about the water quality of lakes, the Lakes Section of the Vermont ANR Water Quality Division has a Vermont Lake Score Card where you can search for a variety of information about your favorite swimming place.  Visit their website, http://www.vtwaterquality.org/lakes.htm, before you take a dip this summer.

Latest News

VRC Works With Partners to Protect Land Along the White River

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Help us protect Huntington Gorge today!

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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 »


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