VRC’s Newest Site Steward Volunteer

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Vermont River Conservancy would not be where it is today without the dedication and commitment of the communities we work in, especially, local volunteers.  we welcome our newest volunteer to the VRC family Frank Peterson! Frank is our new Site Steward for Ladd’s Mill River Access as well as the Hancock Brook swimming hole.  Frank has been a resident of Worcester for almost 40 years.  With his time in Vermont, Frank continues to enjoy exploring Vermont’s mountain streams, discovering waterfalls, quite pools, water smoothed stone and all the life that lives along them.  With his help we will continue to keep Vermont waters clean, protected, and most importantly, available for all to enjoy!

If being a Site Steward is something that interests you, or you just want to get more involved with our organization, contact Lydia!

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