WELCOME, ROCK RIVER VISITORS
NEW: The fifth anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene, in August 2016, provided an opportunity to look back at what the trail along Rock River looked like before Irene, immediately after Irene and five years later. Click here to see the web page on this site, or click here to see a PDF version with larger photographs.
Rock River is a tributary of the West River, running its entire course within Windham County, Vermont. The river provides essential habitat to a wide range of plants, animals and aquatic life, which depend on a clean water environment. As the river winds downstream, it has also traditionally provided sanctuary and solace to varied groups of users who prize the cool, clean water and warm rocks for summertime recreation.
Rock River Preservation, Inc., in partnership with the Vermont Land Trust, is committed to protecting this natural environment through a conservation easement. We users are all the caretakers of this special place. To ensure that the environment remains healthy, that everyone’s rights are respected and that all may continue to enjoy the tranquil beauty of this special place, please join us in observing the following guidelines:
Rock River Preservation wishes you an enjoyable visit.
IF YOU’RE HERE, IT’S YOURS!
PLEASE HELP OTHERS FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES
TO KEEP OUR RIVER BEAUTIFUL
Rock River Preservation Inc., PO Box 1095, Brattleboro, VT 05302