• Adapting to a changed climate – Dams and Flooding

    In the winter of 2017 SWCRPC, with several partners, completed a project to remove a mill dam to improve flood resiliency in West Windsor. For more information about the project, contact Chris Yurek or Cindy Ingersoll.

    Click here to view the video about the project

    Flooding is one of the most likely natural disaster risks for southern Windsor County, particularly with the increasing number of extreme weather events.

  • A to B Mobility Study

    The A to B Mobility Project is now finalized and available online! This study looks at how people within the region get from point A to point B without their own motorized vehicle. The project included an inventory of existing transportation services, and a report looking at the opportunities and challenges for transportation in the region. Contact Katharine Otto with any questions.

    Click here to see the final report and list of transportation services
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  • Learn about Vermont Clean Water Act

    On 2/24 SWCRPC hosted several presentations about how the Vermont Clean Water Act will affect municipalities - Jim Ryan presented on municipal roads, Marie Caduto discussed Basin Plans and their implementation, and Ryan Patch discussed draft agricultural rules. A recording of the noon meeting in Cavendish is now available thanks to LPCTV.

    Click here for the video
  • Mill Brook Watershed Initiative

    Check out our new video about our Mill Brook Watershed Initiative.

    Click here to see the video