FRWA is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring the Farmington River and its watershed through research, education, and advocacy.
As the Executive Director, Aimee is skilled in program coordination, project management, fundraising and education. She is always eager to add value to FRWA’s programming for offering tips and sometimes free tools for attendees so they can bring what they learned home including rain barrels and downspout diverter kits to reduce stormwater pollution.
Laura enjoys working on projects that connect people with the environment, whether it's through education, project development, or communicating in the written word. She runs the water quality program, from the headwaters in Massachusetts to the confluence with the CT River in Windsor. Laura works with the Farmington River Coordinating Committee, a group who protects the upper Wild & Scenic designated section of the Farmington River.
As the Education and Outreach Manager, Heather is responsible for a variety of educational programs for the next generation of environmental scientists with focus on protection and preservation of the watershed. She also conducts water quality monitoring as well as outreach to other organizations, municipalities, and the general public.
As the Watershed Manager, Paige works diligently to assess the health of our watershed throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut through water quality monitoring of bacteria, temperature, chloride, macroinvertebrates, and culvert surveys. She manages data, performs data analysis, and writes reports on our findings.
- Carol Noble (Bristol) President
- John Laudati (Granby) Vice President
- Robin Baran (Avon) Vice President
- Beckie Sahl (Avon) Secretary
- Brian Freeman (Avon) Treasurer
- Ginny Apple – Barkhamsted
- Robin Baran – Avon
- Michael Feldman - Avon
- Susan Barney – Bloomfield
- David Donaldson – Farmington
- Ann Jurkiewicz – Burlington
- Andy Kuhlberg – Canton
- Deborah Leonard – Simsbury
- John E. Robinson – New Britain
- Marlene Snecinski – Simsbury
- Rick Warters – Simsbury
- Chris Whelan - Avon