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----- Education Guide: Water/Power -----


Army Corps of Engineers

The Corps of Engineers operates the two large flood-control dams on the Westfield River - Knightville and Littleville, both located in Huntington. Tours and class visits can be arranged by calling.

 
Tom Wisnauskas
Knightville Dam Rd
Huntington, MA 01050
413-667-3656

Connecticut River Watershed Council

The CRWC works to protect the Connecticut River watershed (that includes us!) from source to sea. They collaborate, educate, organize, restore, and intervene to preserve the entire watershed for generations to come.

 
Chelsea Gwyther (Exec. Dir.)
15 Bank Row
Greenfield, MA 01301
413-772-2020 (Ext. 202)

First Light Power Resources

First Light's educational programs cover safety, conservation, energy, and electricity. They provide a variety of educational resources including a speakers bureau and environmental brochures. First Light also runs the Turner's Falls Fish Ladder and the Northfield Mountain Center.

 
20 Church St., 16th floor
Hartford, CT 06103
860-895-6900

Massachusetts River Alliance

The Alliance's mission is to "protect and restore rivers across the Commonwealth". They also hope to provide assitance to other groups working toward similar ends, and they have both individual and organizational members.

 
Julia Blatt (Exec. Dir.)
14 Beacon St., Suite 706
Boston, MA 02108
857-445-0208

Massachusetts Water Regional Authority

This Boston-based group provides classroom presentations, water quality testing kits, teacher workshops, and water curriculum guides.

 
No information

Northfield Mountain Center

Operated by First Light Power Resources, this site features a science center, which provides energy and environmental programs, guided nature walks, exhibits and teacher workshops. You can view current editions of their newsletters for the public and for educators.

 
99 Millers Falls Rd
Northfield, MA 01360
800-869-2960 or
413-659-3714

Rushing Rivers

Rushing Rivers' mission is to prevent further destruction of our powerful and beautiful riverscapes by raising public awareness and delivering leading edge, ecologically sound technology to conservationists and resource managers.

 
contact@rushingrivers.org

USGS - MA Water Resources

The U.S. Geological Survey is responsible for monitoring water flow in the nation's rivers. Real-time and historical data are available at four gaging stations in the Westfield River Watershed and at many others in the region.

 
No information

Vernal Pool Association

This group is holding workshops during Spring, 2002 for teachers who are including vernal pool studies in their curricula. They also publish a field guide to the animals of vernal pools.

 
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Vernal Pool Assn
PO Box 2295
Peabody, MA 01960
     
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