WILD & SCENIC FARMINGTON RIVER
Twenty-six years ago, in 1994, a 14-mile stretch of the West Branch Farmington River from Goodwin Dam in Hartland to the Canton/New Hartford line became a federally-designated Wild & Scenic River! in 2019, 1.1 miles in Canton were designated Wild & Scenic making the Upper Farmington River designated area a total of 15.1 miles. Learn more about Wild & Scenic here.
NEWS & EVENTS
"A Short History of the Farmington River: and the Quest for a National Wild & Scenic River designation"
Now available - get your copy today!
Please submit a request here.
The 2020 application is now open. The deadline is May 8, 2020. Apply here!
FRCC intends to award the $1,000 Pat Keener Scholarship in 2020. The Pat Keener Scholarship is given to a high school graduate or current undergraduate from the five riverfront towns who will be or are attending college to major in environmental science or a related field.
Farmington River Coordinating Committee
PO Box 395
Pleasant Valley, CT 06063