There are 33 towns in the Farmington River Watershed covering 609
square miles of land in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Decisions are made in each town that affect the health of the watershed
every day. If you haven’t visited your town’s website lately, please use
the links below to do so, and you may learn a lot about your town’s
interests and activities to protect natural resources locally. Check your
town’s calendar for hearings before your local land-use commissions
(inland wetlands, planning, zoning, etc.), and consider attending to make
your voice heard. Also, make sure to contact FRWA to discuss ideas and
whether FRWA can attend local land-use hearings alongside you.
Watershed Towns, Connecticut