CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – It’s New England’s longest river, spanning from Canada all the way to New York. It also serves as an agricultural and cultural center that spans all of Massachusetts. Andrew Fisk, the executive director of the Connecticut River Watershed Council told us about the Connecticut River.
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About the CT River Watershed Council:
The Connecticut River Watershed Council works to protect the watershed from source to sea. From alpine forests to tidal estuaries, rural farmlands to urban riverfront, spotted salamanders to bald eagles and mussels to salmon, the Connecticut River watershed unites a diversity of habitats, communities and resources.
As stewards of this heritage, we celebrate our four-state treasure and collaborate, educate, organize, restore, and intervene to preserve the health of the whole for generations to come. Our work informs our vision of ecological and economic abundance.