Photo by: Aaron Logan
Photo by: Laura Gooch

Thanks to everyone who made our
Source to Sound 2016 a success!

Our event leaders, organizers and primary implementers, did an amazing job of leading our adventure as were our lead paddlers -- our own Dennis Regan and Joe Ruggiero and David Sinish and Schuy Thomson -- despite beaver dams, cold weather, low flows, rain, flu and pneumonia, they paddled fearlessly on with humor, great strength, and unlimited patience with all the paddlers who joined along the way.

Paddle trip photos on Tumblr



Celebrating the
Housatonic River
on the
Source to Sound
paddle trip
hosted by HVA
in 2011.


Thank you, Housatonic Valley Heroes!

Donors ... Volunteers!


 Protecting Your Land and Water

The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA), founded in 1941, works to conserve the natural character and environmental health of our communities by protecting and restoring the lands and waters of the Housatonic Watershed for this and future generations.


 

Learn how you can donate your vehicle and help the environment! 


Beautiful
slide show
of the
Housatonic River
by Lazlo Gyorsok

Watershed Map   

Please scroll down to the bottom of any page on the website to see how to get in touch with one of our three regional offices, or click Contact Us.

 

Day 9, Saturday, April 30: Lake Zoar Lake Housatonic 

EDUCATIONAL EVENT on the Naugatuck River. Dave Faber and NVOC to champion. (pass $ through to them). 

LUNCH at Kettletown State Park. 

Evening Meal/Potluck at New Haven Rowing Club (Rick Dyer) 

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Featured Video:

Our View: We dedicate this film to all who delight in and wish to preserve this spectacular place we call home—the Housatonic River watershed. Without you, this wouldn’t exist. So, Thank you!

Housatonic River Watershed. Click on "Housatonic Watershed" in first paragraph or on "Watershed Map" at bottom left to access enlarged map.

Featured Video:

Preserving Connecticut: A video by Chris Armentano that shows the efforts of people and organizations, such as the Litchfield Hills Greenprint Collaborative, to protect the environment of the Nutmeg State.