What Is The Last Green Valley

Welcome to The Last Green Valley
The Last Green Valley is the 35-town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts. It’s also a member supported, non-profit stewardship organization working for you in the National Heritage Corridor.
We help you CARE FOR IT, ENJOY IT, and PASS IT ON.

Towns In The Last Green Valley

Ashford – Brimfield – Brooklyn – Canterbury – Chaplin – Charlton – Coventry
Dudley – East Brookfield – Eastford – Franklin – Griswold – Hampton – Holland
Killingly – Lebanon – Lisbon – Mansfield – Norwich – Oxford – Plainfield – Pomfret
Preston – Putnam – Scotland – Southbridge – Sprague – Sterling
Sturbridge – Thompson – Union – Voluntown – Webster – Windham – Woodstock

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This may be very close to see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil... We do not want evil waters in The Last Green Valley, and as you can see it takes time to learn results. Science is as science does. Become a citizen scientist! Join our water quality monitoring team and our leader, Jean Pillo She is smart and fun!
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Indeed! Bravo #volunteers in #thelastgreenvalley #nationalheritagecorridor #water #waterquality #waterqualitymonitoring #citizenscientists #trout
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TLGV water quality monitoring volunteers recently placed temperature data loggers in the Natchaug River watershed. Cold water is important in that Trophy Trout stream. Are the streams okay? What threats are may cause harm? Our volunteers will be collecting temperature and other data for at least a year to learn more.

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Great opportunities in The Last Green Valley's 9 towns of MA, and all the other towns in MA, too!
Get your fish on!
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FREE FISHING WEEKEND is the perfect opportunity to introduce someone new to fishing! You won't need a license to fish any public freshwater lake, pond, reservoir, river, or stream statewide from 12:00 A.M. Saturday, June 4 until 11:59 P.M. Sunday, June 5. Remember, a license is required at all other times for those 15 and older. Funds from fishing license sales support MassWildlife's fisheries research, fish stocking programs, and angler education programs. For saltwater anglers, free saltwater fishing weekend is June 18-19.

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