Re-Connecting Vermont’s Rivers: For Fish, People, and Communities

Re-Connecting Vermont’s Rivers: For Fish, People, and Communities

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Do you know that VT has nearly 1,000 dams on its rivers? While many owners and communities are strongly attached to their dams, their continued presence comes at a cost to fish passage, cause safety hazards, and compromise the health of our waters.

Join us for an engaging 1-hour webinar about VT’s dam history and its impacts, how the environmental community is coming together to help remove derelict dams, and a dam removal success story at Wood’s Lodge in Northfield. Q&A will follow the 30-minute presentations.

The webinar is free and open to the public but you do have to register. (insert link)

Panelists Include (headshots will be provided):

NGO Spokesperson: Mary Russ, White River Partnership

State Spokesperson: Lael Will, Vermont Fish & Wildlife

Property Owner: Lisa Burr, Woods Lodge

Hosted by: Eve Frankel, The Nature Conservancy in Vermont on behalf of the Vermont Dam Task Force and its many organizations.

Additional Details

Online Event - Yes

Country - United States

Name of contact person - Eve Frankel

Event registration closed.
 

Date And Time

2022-05-25 @ 00:00 (GMT+0000) to
2022-05-25 @ 01:00 (GMT+0000)
 

Registration End Date

2022-05-24
 

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