With the help of members, volunteers and the community, the FRWA leads in the protection and restoration of the Farmington River.
FRWA addresses issues that affect the river and its surrounding landscape through research, education and advocacy programs.
Learn more about the E. Coli sampling we take to observe water quality in the watershed.
Learn more about monitoring road salt pollution in the watershed and how you can help.
Learn more about how and why FRWA monitors water temperature throughout the watershed.
Learn more about the Macroinvertebrate sampling we take to observe water quality.
Learn more about cyanobacteria and the FRWA studies of cyanobacteria blooms in Rainbow Reservoir
The FRCC is seeking someone to conduct a comprehensive search, annotation, and cataloging of studies of the natural resources of the river valley.
The FRWA Winter 2022-2023 newsletter is here! Look inside to read a summary of FRWA’s research, education, and advocacy activities for 2022, and to find out more about our plans for 2023.
We’re looking for photos that show what our Wild & Scenic Farmington River means to you. Thirteen images will be selected for a 2024 calendar with proceeds to support the FRWA.
Work in the field, laboratory, and office on projects, including weekly water quality sampling in the Farmington River Watershed. Applications due March 31, 2023