TRBP-logo-blueThe Thames River Basin Partnership (TRBP)

grew out of locally-led workshops held by the region’s Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Priority areas of concern for the Partnership are to:

Protect the region’s  agricultural and natural areas being threatened by land use changes;
Protect ground and surface water quantity and quality being threatened and degraded by contamination;
Protect the region’s biodiversity; and
Improve the coastal zone  resource conditions.

Learn more about TRBP

Floating Workshop 2018

Registration is now open for the 2018 Floating Workshop on June 15, 2018. Join TRBP partners on Project Oceanology’s research vessel for an informative cruise on the Thames River.

Click here for more information and a registration form.

Click here for a scholarship application for municipal officials, sponsored by Chelsea Groton Foundation.

 

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TRBP 2015 – 2018 Plan of Work

 

Partners in Action Reports

Winter 2018
Fall 2017
Summer 2017
Spring 2017
Winter 2017
Fall 2016
Summer 2016
Spring 2016
Winter 2016
Fall 2015
Summer 2015

 

Meetings

TRBP meeting agenda 4-17-18
Meeting notes 1-16-18 (draft)
Meeting notes 7-19-17
Meeting notes 4-18-17
Meeting notes 1-17-17
Meeting notes 10-18-16
Meeting notes 7-19-16
Meeting notes 4-19-16
Meeting notes 1-19-16

 

Floating Workshops

2017 Summary – Little River (Woodstock & Putnam)
2016 Summary – Thames River Heritage Park
2015 Summary – Upper Quinebaug River

For more information about the Thames River Basin Partnership, contact Jean Pillo at 860-928-4948 or email jean.pillo@comcast.net.

For older TRBP documents, please visit the Partnership’s first website, www.thamesriverbasinpartnership.org.