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What better way to embrace stick season than a bonfire by the river! Join the Wild & Scenic Committee for a celebration at Riverwalk Park in Montgomery Village.  More...

Join the Wild & Scenic Committee for an guided tutorial on painting the outdoors in the out-of-doors! Space is limited on this one, so make sure to register in advance.  More...

Get out there with the folks from the Wild & Scenic Committee to help clean up a section of the Trout River in Montgomery, VT.  More...

Co-sponsored by the Richford Conservation Commission, Northern Forest Canoe Trail, and Wild & Scenic River Committee. More...

Biofinder is an online mapping tool which helps you find the places most important for maintaining biodiversity, even as the climate changes. Pre-registration required. More...

Join us for a free snowshoe adventure on the Brownway Trail hosted by RiseVT and the Wild & Scenic Committee.  More...

Join the Upper Missisquoi and Trout River Wild & Scenic Committee for a free screening of the PBS series Saving Our Waters. All three half-hour documentaries will be shown; refreshments will be provided. More...

Biofinder is an online mapping tool which helps you find the places most important for maintaining biodiversity, even as the climate changes. Pre-registration required. More...

The Summit is a day-long educational and networking event for community volunteers engaged in planning and caring for natural resources. Join us as we share experiences and ideas on the many issues communities face in managing natural resource assets, from town forests to town plans! More...

Join the Wild & Scenic Committee for a moonlit paddle on the Missisquoi River! Meet at Lawyer's Landing in Enosburg Falls with your own boat to enjoy the evening fun. More...

Part of the Richford River Fest, this event combines 6.5 miles of flat water paddling along the Wild & Scenic Missisquoi River and 4.5 miles of cycling back on an adjacent rail trail.   More...

Join the Missisquoi River Basin Association for a fun paddle to explore a reach of our local river, as well as clean-up any trash that we may encounter so that we keep our river healthy for all to enjoy.  More...

Buffer Widths? Stream Crossings? Water Bars? Logging practices to protect water

quality may often be second nature to forest managers but what are they exactly? More...

The Franklin County Conservation District's Annual Tree Sale has a diverse list of native trees, berries and wildflowers which are great for wildlife and locally sourced.  More...

A hands-on workshop with Lake Champlain Sea Grant to investigate how communities can make river corridors more resilient for wildlife and people. A table-top river flume will be open to the public and to workshop participants during the evening. Dinner provided. More...

Sponsored by the Enosburgh Conservation Commission More...

Join the MRBA for a discussion on the 2016 water quality monitoring program results and what it indicates about the overall health of the Misissquoi watershed.  More...

Join the Enosburg Conservation Commission for it's annual clean up along the Missisquoi.  More...