The WRP is working with the Green Mountain National Forest, National Park Service RTCA Program, Vermont Housing & Conservation Board, Vermont River Conservancy, Connecticut River Paddler’s Trail, Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission, and watershed towns to improve and steward the new White River Water Trail.
The White River Water Trail is an emerging network of designated recreational access sites along the White River and its tributaries. Water Trail sites may be used for many types of access, including fishing, picnics, river access, swimming, tubing/boating access, scenic views, and more.
To learn more about which types of access are appropriate at each site, visit the Water Trail map
The WRP is working with partners to improve Water Trail sites in several ways:
The WRP is working with partners to create a White River Water Trail Stewardship Network. Our long-term goal is to provide safe recreational access to the White River by recruiting and supporting a stewardship volunteer at each Water Trail site.
We launched this effort in 2018, and are seeking volunteers to help us grow the Stewardship Network in summer 2019! Volunteer stewardship responsibilities 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.
Please contact us for more information about the White River Water Trail.