Map of CT Drainage Basins
Rivers Alliance of Connecticut is the only statewide nonprofit dedicated to protecting and enhancing Connecticut’s rivers, streams, and watersheds. We promote and support environmentally sound state policies, assist the state’s many watershed and river groups, and educate the public about the importance of water conservation and aquatic habitats. We are a membership-based nonprofit corporation founded in 1992.
A big THANK YOU! to all who donated through the Give Local Greater Waterbury & Litchfield Hills – a 36-hour online giving event organized by the Connecticut Community Foundation. Rivers Alliance will receive 100% of every dollar you donated to us. All donations of $10 and more made through our Give Local page (http://www.givelocalccf.org/npo/06-1361719) will get us a percentage of over $100,000 in matching funds. We appreciate your support! Learn more at www.GiveLocalCCF.org.
STREAMLINES - The fall 2013 newsletter of Rivers Alliance of CT is available. Older newsletters can be found in our archive.
Shepaug Day was part of "Rivers Alive!" -- art shows and other events sponsored by the Washington Art Association with the assistance of Rivers Alliance of Connecticut and the Steep Rock Association Land Trust.
The Council On Environmental Quality has released its Annual Report "Environmental Quality in Connecticut"
Manual Available: ON-SITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN CONNECTICUT
This text was written as part of
grant from the Geoffrey C. Hughes Foundation for education on alternate
sewage treatment systems (ATS). These controversial systems typically allow
for onsite treatment of sewage on properties too small for a traditional
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