Community Forum on Connecticut River Recreation

When:
July 22, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Where:
Welcome Station
Windsor
VT 05089
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Connecticut River Conservancy
413-772-2020

Do you want more investment in river recreation infrastructure?
How can we use the river as an economic driver in your community?

Join us for a Community Forum highlighting ways we can improve river recreation opportunities in the region.

Saturday, July 22
4:00 to 6:00pm
Windsor Town Welcome Center
3 Railroad Avenue in Windsor, Vermont

There are great ideas coming from our communities about how your River can help transform our economy and quality of life. Come and learn how Lebanon, Windsor, Vernon, Brattleboro and other Connecticut River watershed communities want the future of their river to be!

Andrew Fisk and representatives from regional planning commissions, towns, and state agencies will be present to talk about their vision – we want to hear your ideas and thoughts as well.

Generously hosted by: Former State Rep. Donna Sweaney and Dr. William Ballantyne

Light Refreshments
Walking tours of Windsor river recreation projects

Sponsored by:

Distinctly Windsor (dba Windsor Improvement Corporation)
Harpoon Brewery

Connecticut River Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Connecticut River watershed. The event is free and guests will be invited to join CRC by making a donation in any amount.

CRC’s Director, Andy Fisk and his wife Karen, are traveling the Connecticut River from its source to the sea to celebrate the progress we’ve made for our rivers and highlight the important work still to be done. This event is part of that Journey.

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