We are a group of river and fish biologists, anglers, community members, freshwater advocates and conservation organizations, who would like to see our rivers restored and reconnected to support thriving fish populations and improved recreational access.
The Nature Conservancy in Vermont is a leader in safeguarding the natural resources of the Green Mountain State. We have helped conserve over 300,000 acres of land, 1,200 miles of shoreline, and we manage and maintain 55 natural areas that are open for hiking, fishing, skiing and hunting. The Vermont chapter is proud to be connecting land, water, and wildlife for over 50 years.
Through research, education, collaboration and advocacy, VNRC protects and enhances Vermont’s natural environments, vibrant communities, productive working landscapes, rural character and unique sense of place, and prepares the state for future challenges and opportunities.
American Rivers protects wild rivers, restores damaged rivers, and conserves clean water for people and nature. Since 1973, American Rivers has protected and restored more than 150,000 miles of rivers through advocacy efforts, on-the-ground projects, and an annual America’s Most Endangered Rivers® campaign.
The Connecticut River Conservancy is the voice for the Connecticut River watershed, from source to sea. We collaborate with partners across four states to protect and advocate for your rivers and educate and engage communities. We bring people together to prevent pollution, improve habitat, and promote enjoyment of your river and its tributary streams. Healthy rivers support healthy economies.
To advocate for statewide policies to protect and restore coldwater fisheries, while providing support and guidance to the state’s chapters in working to fulfill the greater TU mission.
Lake Champlain International (LCI) has worked for over 33 years to protect and conserve of our waters, habitat, and heritage. Through advocacy, education, and empowerment of citizens, LCI defends and restores swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters for the well-being of all people who depend on it—today and tomorrow.
The White River Partnership is a community-based, nonprofit organization working to improve the long-term health of the White River and its watershed in east-central Vermont. Formed in 1996 the WRP brings together individuals, businesses, schools, towns, local and regional organizations, and state and federal agencies to implement on-the-ground projects that protect and restore water quality, fish & wildlife habitat, flood resilience, and public recreational access.