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Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers News | April 2021

Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers News
Farmington River photo by Tim Palmer

We sincerely hope you are staying healthy and safely enjoying your local waterways.

Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers communities protect outstanding rivers and river-related resources through a collaborative approach. In many of these communities, enjoying the outdoors and being on the river is one way to connect to these special places and learn more about protecting them. As rivers see increased use, it’s critical we all practice leave no trace principles to keep our rivers healthy for the enjoyment of present and future generations. Check out the Partnership River News to find out more about safely enjoying, protecting, and enhancing your local waterways.



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