• The Deerfield River is tributary to the Connecticut River, depicted here in Thomas Cole's famous 1836 painting

  • The Deerfield River in its floodplain eroding through the red sandstone that makes up Mount Sugarloaf.

  • Swimming hole on the Deerfield (photo: Art Schwenger)

  • Rafters enjoying a summer day on the river (Photo: Art Schwenger)

  • Sunset during December over the Deerfield Valley (photo: A Schwenger)

  • Autumn along the Deerfield RIver

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DRWA News Update

Curious as to what DRWA has been up to recently? Check out this news update! Read More And don’t forget to keep DRWA in mind on today, Giving Tuesday.

Under Construction

Please excuse our appearance while our site is under construction.  Come back soon to check out the new Deerfield River Watershed Association website! We are still accepting donations through the website during this time

Green River Cleanup 2016!

Help tidy up a local treasure Breakfast and Lunch provided! Bring boots, long pants, tools, your truck etc Music by The Equalities More info here e

Not Perfect, but Getting Better

Not Perfect, but Getting Better

      Volunteers pull a rusty shopping cart from the Green River DRWA would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the nearly 500 volunteers that helped make the Green River cleanup on Saturday, Sept.26 2015 such a great success. It was a great day and more than 20 tons of garbage are nowContinue Reading

Annual Meeting – October 21 at 6:30 pm (2014)

GREENFIELD — On Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 6:30 p.m., Deerfield River Watershed Association is celebrating 20 years of protecting the ecology of the Deerfield River, its tributaries, and surrounding watershed by offering a special free talk on the archaeology of the Deerfield River Valley spanning the last 10,000 years. New England archaeologist and UMass-Amherst AnthropologyContinue Reading