The WRP is working with local engineering firm Ripple Natural Resources and 2 private landowners to design the removal of the Upper Eaton & Lower Eaton Dams on the First Branch of the White River in Royalton.
Join us for a free project tour – meet at the small gravel parking lot at the northeast corner of the Mill Road bridge across the First Branch in Royalton. Dress to walk along the river.
Please RSVP or direct questions to info[at]whiteriverpartnership.org.
The WRP is launching a White River Water Trail Stewardship Network this summer to keep the 40+ designated public access sites along the White River clean and accessible.
To launch this effort, we are seeking 10+ volunteers to help us pilot the Stewardship Network in summer 2018! Volunteer stewardship responsibilities would include:
Follow this link to see the WRWT sites across the White River watershed that require a site steward!
If you are interested in becoming a site steward, please contact WRP Watershed Assessment Intern Christian Pelletier at christian[at]whiteriverpartnership.org or 802-763-7733.
The WRP posts information about on-the-ground watershed improvement projects on our Facebook page. We invite you to “Like” the page in order to stay posted on our work to improve the long-term health of the White River and its watershed.
The WRP also distributes a biannual electronic newsletter to share project updates and a monthly volunteer opportunity email. We invite you to sign-up to receive our e-newsletter and volunteer opportunity announcements by completing the form on the right-hand side of this webpage.
Please contact us for more information about our projects, upcoming events, or other ways to get involved!