410-mile long river which traverses through most of New England and is designated as an American Heritage River. Facts and information include index of watershed indicators, river contacts, update and fact sheet.
Bi-state conservation, education and recreation organization in the Riverbend area between Guildhall, Vermont and Northumberland, New Hampshire. Information on goals, projects and resources.
Partnership among the governments of New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as businesses, farmers, conservationists and citizens, to promote economy while preserving natural resources.
Group which advocates the environmental well-being of the entire Connecticut River, which encompasses over 11,000 square miles of land in parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Biology, history and geology of New England's largest river.
Dating from the shipwreck in 1614 which led to the Dutch discovery of the river, and including Native American history, anecdotes and articles of interest.
Reprint of April 2002 article from The Christian Science Monitor.
Consortium of nonprofit educational institutions from four states working together to establish education resources inspired by the study of the river's watershed.
Information on the culture, history, recreation activities, natural resource, railroads, and farming of the river valley between New Hampshire and Vermont.