UPPER MISSISQUOI AND TROUT RIVERS
WILD & SCENIC COMMITTEE
Wild & Scenic Events
Our final event of 2019 will be our Wild and Scenic Film Festival on November 30th.
Join us at the Clips & Reels Theater at Jay Peak Resort for a selection of short films focused on adventure and environmental advocacy. Enjoy popcorn and beverages in the theater - Jay Peak offers a full bar at Clips & Reels, and there will also be free snacks available during intermission. We will start the second half of the film festival with a lively raffle featuring many local goods,
Seats are limited, so buy your ticket today!
WILD AND SCENIC?
In December 2014, Vermont joined the prestigious network of the National Wild & Scenic Rivers System when a congressional action designated 46.1 miles of the Upper Missisquoi River and the Trout River as Wild & Scenic. These beautiful rivers now join other celebrated rivers in 40 U.S. states and commonwealths; these 208 designated rivers are preserved and safeguarded for their remarkable scenic, recreational, geologic, fish and wildlife, historic, and cultural values.
Our Committee works to protect the rivers for the good of all.
It's your river. Make your splash!
Our designated Wild and Scenic Rivers are managed by our local communities. We will pursue actions and hold river activities that protect, enhance, and encourage enjoyment of our rivers, and we need your participation!
Come to a Wild & Scenic Committee meeting, held monthly.
Contact us if you'd like to join our mailing list, to receive meeting and event notices, and our annual newsletter.
Let us know what parts of Vermont's first Wild and Scenic Rivers are outstanding and important to you, and how we can help protect and preserve those areas.
The Upper Missisquoi and Trout Rivers Wild & Scenic River Committee is formed of local appointees and partner organizations to coordinate the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Designation.
The Committee's mission is to collaborate with partners and the communities the rivers run through or are adjacent to (Lowell, Westfield, Troy, Jay, North Troy, Richford, Montgomery, Berkshire, Enosburg, and Enosburg Falls) to promote the rivers and support good river management. The Committee will use the voluntary Management Plan as a road map to promote, protect, and enhance the rivers and their resources. Open meetings - driven by consensus - and river activities will provide a regular and reliable forum for discussion, research, consensus-building, and action around river matters.
2839 VT Route 105
East Berkshire, VT 05447