• 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

Category Archives: Newsletters

The Current, Fall 2012

Articles:

What’s the Deal with the Summer Drought?
DRWA Annual Meeting Announcement
Riverfest Report
Green River Cleanup
Call for River Volunteers
Mast and Wildlife
Report of the Negus Ridge Hike
North River Cleanup Results Continue Reading

The Current, Spring 2012

Articles:

DRWA Demonstrating Importance of Headwater Streams with MET Grant
Restoration Plans for Chickley River
Spring Hikes
Celebrate RiverFest
Feast or Famine
Vernal Pool Monitoring Projectʼs First Year
DRWA Awarded Grants
Annual Green River Cleanup
Volunteer to Survey Road Stream Crossings
South River Cleanup
Teaching Climate Change
Turners Falls Fishway Opens
“Root For Your River”
River Arts Project WorkshopContinue Reading

The Current, Fall 2011

Articles:

Migration Musings by Patricia Serrentino
Record Flows in Wake of Irene
Annual Meeting
Friends of the Green River News Update
DRWA Awarded MET Grant to Study
Headwater Streams
Fall Hike Schedule
Fish Safely on the Deerfield River
Movie Night with DRWAContinue Reading

The Current, Spring 2011

Articles:

Celebrating Spring in My Garden by Terry Atkinson
Riverfest Announcement
Mahican-Mohawk Trail Update
South River Erosion Study
The Mourning Cloak Butterfly
River Safety Tips from Brookfield
Renewable Power
Spring Hike Schedule
News from Friends of the Green RiverContinue Reading

The Current, Fall 2008

Articles:

DRWA Annual Meeting
Cold and Chickley Rivers Targeted for 2008 Macroinvertebrate Assessment
South River Bridge Project Progresses
Landowners close some links of Mahican Mohawk Trail
A Chance to Explore Colrain’s Archeology and Geography
This Fall’s Green River Cleanup
Good Weather and Good Vibes Made RiverFest a Great Success
A Close Look at Vernal Pools
New Web-Based Information Can Help Woodland Owners in the Deerfield River WatershedContinue Reading