Invitation & Registration
for Guided Tour of the Waterbury Dam Monday, October 13 at 9:00 or 1:00
In this issue:
Invitation and Registration for Tour
Postcards from the Res'
Friends of Waterbury Reservoir is a Vermont non-profit organization committed to protecting, improving and enhancing the ecological, recreational, and community values of the Waterbury Reservoir. We accomplish this through stewardship, research, community involvement, collaboration with all stakeholders, and connecting people and place. To learn more about our Mission, Vision & Core Values and to Join Us, visit www.friendsofwaterburyreservoir.org
From the junction of VT Route 100 and U.S. Route 2 in Waterbury: Go 1.5 miles west on U.S. Route 2, then turn right and go 3 miles north on Little River Rd toward Little River State Park. The dam's parking area is located near the gated entrance to the top of the dam.
Source of Waterbury Dam photos: Wikipedia
Friends of Waterbury Reservoir - Includes links to related media on the topic of the VT Dept of Environmental Conservation's pending water quality permit to Green Mountain Power for its federal license application to operate the hydroelectric facility at Waterbury Dam.
A Great Blue Heron attempts to hide from the photographer in the Cotton Brook canoe access, June 2014. To learn more about great blue herons on Vermont's lakes, Click Here.
Mama Mallard quickly ushers her two babies away from the nosey photographer with the giant black labrador retriever on July 5th. This is the marshy area between the Cotton Brook canoe access and the Little River.
Unless otherwise noted, all photos in this newsletter are by Laurie Smith.
Reuse by permission only.