Canute Dalmasse Legacy Fund

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

 

Contributions to this fund were the catalyst for the development of the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail, a series of permanent access points and campsites spanning from the river’s headwaters south to the Massachusetts border. Together with area partners, we have completed seven campsites and three river access points, significantly expanding opportunities for Vermonters to explore one of New England’s greatest waterways.  Gifts helped establish a 7.3-acre park on the Missisquoi River in Enosburg Falls, providing anglers and paddlers 1,500 feet of permanent access to trophy trout waters.

 

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