December 1: Monitoring & Education Coordinator applications due The WRP is seeking a part-time Monitoring & Education Coordinator (MEC). The MEC will work with WRP staff, volunteers, and partners to coordinate the Water Quality Monitoring Program each summer, the school-based watershed education program Monitoring the White River, and other related projects as needed. Candidates should have […]
Driving west on Route 73 from Rochester toward Brandon Gap last week, you might have noticed a flurry of activity in the fields above the Forest Service CCC Camp. At any given time five excavators, two bulldozers, a skidder, a log loader, and a triaxle dump truck – all from Harvey’s Excavating – were moving […]
The WRP and its partners identify and implement culvert replacement and retrofit projects to improve fish passage, connect vital habitats, and increase native fish populations.
The WRP’s Monitoring the White River Program engages watershed teachers and students in classroom and field work activities that raise awareness about watershed issues and create opportunities for hands-on, place-based ecology education.
The WRP’s Trees for Streams Program seeks to restore streamside vegetation throughout the watershed by working with local landowners to plant native trees and shrubs along their river banks – at no cost to them.
The White River Partnership (WRP) is a grassroots, non-profit organization that brings together people and local communities to improve the long-term health of the White River and its watershed. The WRP formed in 1996 as a group of local people who shared common concerns and interests in the watershed. That same year, we organized a […]
To promote long-term stewardship of the White River watershed, we organize numerous seasonal opportunities for people of all ages to do something good for their communities and their river. April & May: Plant a tree Each spring, hundreds of volunteers help us plant thousands of trees along the White River and its tributaries. We spend […]
The WRP depends on individual and business donations to implement our award-winning approach: inviting everyone to participate in order to improve our opportunities for creative solutions. We work with individuals, landowners, businesses, and schools. We collaborate with local organizations, like the Upper Valley Land Trust, and national organizations, like American Rivers. And we partner with all […]