WILD & SCENIC FARMINGTON RIVER

25th Anniversary

25 years ago, in 1994, the 14-mile segment of the West Branch Farmington River from Hartland to the Canton/New Hartford line received its designation! 

This year is turning into a great year for the Farmington River. As we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Upper Farmington River becoming a Wild & Scenic River - we have another victory - 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 

 


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NEW Wildcat-Creek-Band-Photo-w-Name.jpgSunday, May 26, 3-5pm  - music by WildCat Creek 

Join the celebration at the New Hartford Pavilion. Bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket, and enjoy the beauty of the Farmington River while listening to the FRCC River Concert Series. Sunday afternoons 3pm-5pm. May 26, June 30, July 28, August 25.

The first concert will be on May 26, featuring WildCat Creek. With deep traditional roots, WildCat Creek brings a unique and intoxicating blend of Celtic, Appalachian and World music, with driving dance tunes, haunting ballads, and vocal and instrumental improvisation. Free and open to all.


Scholarship Application open!

Application deadline is May 10th, 2019. More details here: FRCC Scholarship

2018scholarshipreceiptants.JPGThe Pat Keener Scholarship and the Nancy Johnson Scholarship are $1,000 awards given to high school graduates or current undergraduates from the five-riverfront towns who will be/are attending college to major in environmental science or a related field. By completing the application, you will be eligible to receive either scholarship. The scholarships may not be awarded to the same student.

2018 Scholarship Recipients. Left to right: Gabriel Ortiz and
Timothy Strzepa