Still River Watershed Summit

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

HVA presented a Still River Watershed Summit on November 13, 2014

The summit was a kick-off to a watershed planning process for the Still River Watershed.

Watershed management issues discussed included water quality, flooding and river-based recreation.

More than 40 people attended representing Stilll River watershed municipalities (Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Redding and Ridgefield), as well as federal, state and regional agencies, and non-profit organizations.

The planning process will begin in early 2015 and will last for two to three years.

Following information shown during the summit can be viewed by clicking on each one.
Watershed 101  /  Flooding  /  Green Infrastructure Success Stories
History and Geography  /  Water Quality  /  Recreation  /  Next Steps

Other summit handouts include:
A River Runs Through It  /  Flood Resilience Checklist  /  HFIAA Fact Sheet
SRA Brochure  / Still Facts  /  Still In the Housatonic Basin Still River Forum 
Still Streams Impacts  /  Summit Attendees

 

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