WRP response to Covid-19 In keeping with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the WRP office is closed until further notice. WRP staff are working remotely from home offices, so please contact us if/as needed. Follow this link for more information about the WRP response to Covid-19. Stay posted on WRP […]
In keeping with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Vermont’s “stay home, stay safe” order, the WRP office is closed until further notice. Contact us WRP staff are working remotely from home offices, so please reach out if/as needed: Mary Russ, Executive Director: mary[at]whiteriverpartnership.org Greg Russ, Watershed Restoration Manager: greg[at]whiteriverpartnership.org […]
We are pleased to share our 2019 Annual Report, which highlights our collective work to improve the long-term health of the White River watershed over the course of the last year. Thank you to Michelle Davis for designing the report!
SAVE THE DATE The WRP’s 2020 Annual Meeting will be on Saturday, October 24. We won’t be meeting in-person this year, but we hope you’ll join us virtually to celebrate our collective good work to improve the White River watershed in 2020! We’ll share more details in the coming months. Announcing “Open” Board seats There are […]
The WRP’s White River Watershed Recreation Map & Guide is now available on Trail Finder, an online trails database for Vermont and New Hampshire. The WRP released the White River Watershed Recreation Map & Guide in 2019. The map was the result of several years of work with partners to create a printed, waterproof map […]
Vermont’s White River is the heart of a picturesque working landscape, rushing down forested hillsides, bubbling along farm fields, winding under covered bridges, and rolling through historic villages before joining the Connecticut River in White River Junction. The river’s largely rural watershed contributes to cold, clean water, making the White River a popular recreational destination, […]
The WRP depends on volunteers, members, and donors to accomplish much of our important work. Here are a few ways that you can get involved and support our work: Learn more 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 […]
We invite you to make a tax-deductible donation in any amount to help us improve water quality, habitat, flood resilience, and recreational river access. Select the “Donate” link on the right-hand side of this page to donate via PayPal. Or mail a check to: White River Partnership, PO Box 705, S. Royalton, VT 05068. For more information […]