Please join us on Saturday, September 23, 2017 for Stream Clean Up!
We are looking for volunteers to meet at the Rotary Park parking lot off of Rte. 7 (North Main Street) in Rutland at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 23, 2017 to help clean up Moon and Tenney Brooks in the City of Rutland.
Registration will be at 9:30 a.m. and clean up will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m.
Please wear: mud boots or waders, long sleeve shirts and long pants.
Please bring: Water to drink, extra change of clothes, bug spray, friends, family and enthusiasm.
We will supply: Trash Bags, gloves and appreciation.
or calling 802-775-8034 ext, 117.
A Conservation District is a political subdivision of the State of Vermont, as designated by legislation in 1939, to cooperate with farmers, other landowners, organizations and state and federal agencies to encourage and assist in the conservation of natural resources throughout the State.
The Rutland District was established in 1968. It includes the sixteen towns in the eastern part of Rutland County and Rutland City.
Map of Upper Otter Creek Watershed (For a full description of the Upper Otter Creek watershed go to the Environment tab and then click on watershed planning)
Our Mission Statement:
The Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (RNRCD) is committed to fostering an awareness of the link between stewardship of the natural environment and the agricultural community as well as other landowners, and encouraging and supporting efforts with partners, in meeting the need for natural resource conservation.