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The Pomperaug River
Watershed Coalition Inc.
39 Sherman Hill Road
Suite 103 C
Woodbury, CT 06798

Phone: 203.263.0076

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Promote the use of science and education to ensure availability of
high quality water in the Pomperaug River Watershed communities.


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Make your home a
River Smart home.

Aspectuck Pomperaug River Partners' River Smart logo

Click here to learn more.

** 2013 Results Just Posted **

Macroinvertebrate Survey
River-dwelling creatures

Explore this ongoing Water Quality Project and the latest results from the 2013 Survey.

Macroinvertebrate Survey Volunteer Training
Saturday September 20, 2014

Macroinvertebrate Survey

Join in the fun and support PRWC’s work to protect water resources.

Watershed Science

To access reports for all of the scientific research conducted in the watershed click here.

Volunteers Needed: Stormdrain Marking

Storm Drain Marker

The markers provide a helpful reminder to residents that stormdrains in our watershed communities flow to nearby rivers and streams and that only rain should go down the drain.
Interested in helping? Contact us.

Watershed Map

Click here for a printable Watershed Map.

Do you love rivers?
Join our team of dedicated volunteers!
Find out ways you can can help.

~ Drought Planning Study ~
Pomperaug Water Allocation
Plan Study (PWAPs)

Dry Weekeepeemee River bed in 1999

Click here to learn more about the
Water-related challenges facing the Watershed
and recommended corrective action steps.

Watershed Education
Program Guide

Image: Southbury Boy Scouts learning about sources of water pollution

PRWC offers educational activities for audiences
of all ages including school classrooms,
youth organizations, and community groups.

Dr. Marc Taylor
PRWC Founder & River Steward Extraordinaire

Dr. Marc Taylor - River Steward Extraordinaire

Click here to view a tribute to Marc and
the speeches made at his memorial service.


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Last Updated: April 25, 2012

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