News & Events

Wetland, Woodland, Wildland in VTDigger!

January 6, 2020

Read about the book and its authors in an article written by former VRC AmeriCorps Stewardship Intern, Elizabeth Gribkoff.

Help Expand Public Access on the New Haven River

December 17, 2019

Protect water quality, enhance public access, and protect wildlife habitat on the New Haven River.

Youth Voices for Vermont’s Rivers

December 3, 2019

The first of a series of youth voices videos.

Montpelier City Council Approves Moving Ahead with Confluence River Park

September 27, 2019

VRC is thrilled with the Council’s approval and commitment of City staff to the Confluence River Park.

New map guides paddlers along the Lamoille River

August 5, 2019

addlers, anglers, and other river enthusiasts now have a new guide to the Lamolle River.

Confluence River Park Designs

July 9, 2019

The idea of a riverside park at the confluence of the North Branch and mainstem of the Winooski Rivers in downtown Montpelier has been a dream for many residents and city officials for almost three decades.

More public access on the White River!

July 3, 2019

Once a junkyard, VRC restored 5.5 acres along the White River.

Join us at the BioBlitz!

June 11, 2019

On Sunday, June 23rd, we hope you’ll come out and join the BioBlitz in Bridgewater, Vt!  This event is raising awareness for an important wilderness…

New Summer Intern

June 4, 2019

Emma Heffner- 2019 Stewardship Intern Joining the VRC team for the summer of 2019 is University of Vermont senior, Emma Heffner! Emma studies Environmental Studies…

LRPT Paddler Social

June 3, 2019

Join the Lamoille River Paddlers Trail crew for their 4th annual Paddler Social on June 19th.  Volunteer work party 3-5, 3 mile family friendly paddle…

Great work from our partners on the Green River!

May 14, 2019

Restoring and transforming the Green River watershed _ The Brattleboro Reformer _ Brattleboro  Great article from the Brattleboro Reformer about the work being done on…

330 trees planted on the Nulhegan!

May 14, 2019

The East Branch of the Nulhegan in Bloomfield has historically seen heavy logging, and the Nulhegan served as a log transport system to the nearby…

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