News & Events
North Branch Cascades Trail is Open
Visitors will notice even more improvements to this already incredible spot. VRC added another composting privy near the northern parking lot, benches along the trail, and more.
River Access video featuring VRC contractor Noah Pollock!
Here’s a video discussing river access and featuring VRC contractor Noah Pollock and VRC volunteers installing timber steps at the Lamoille River and building a bridge at our North Bridge Cascades Trail!
Privy installed at the North Branch Cascades Trail
We recently constructed and installed a privy, thanks to VRC contractor Noah Pollock and a crew from Northern Forest Canoe Trails.
New Public Access to the New Haven River
VRC added 14.7 acres to the Saunders River Access for permanent floodplain protection, revegetation, and public access to the New Haven River.
Rivers Are For All
We believe that river access offers a connection with the natural world, a connection that transcends socioeconomic status, physical abilities, and race.
VRC welcomes a Swimming Hole Steward for the summer!
VRC’s newest Swimming Hole Steward will support our stewardship efforts at popular swimming holes in Central Vermont.
VRC welcomes Conservation Stewardship intern
We are excited to introduce our Conservation Stewardship Intern, who will visit all of our conserved lands across the state, documenting her visits and reporting on river conditions and land use.
Swimming Hole Guidelines for Pandemic
Best practices for recreating at swimming holes safely during COVID-19.
VRC Awarded Wild & Scenic Funding
Vermont River Conservancy received an $10,000 to create a management plan and conduct site improvements for a public access site on the Missisquoi River
VRC Helps Protect Bramhall Wilderness
Vermont River Conservancy is proud to partner with the Northeast Wilderness Trust on their Bramhall Wilderness Preserve project.
Public Access Sites & COVID-19
VRC's public access sites remain open for use, with the following considerations.
Wetland, Woodland, Wildland in VTDigger!
Read about the book and its authors in an article written by former VRC AmeriCorps Stewardship Intern, Elizabeth Gribkoff.