HooRWA is a citizens’ group that looks after the river. We are dedicated to the restoration, conservation and enjoyment of the Hoosic River and its watershed, through education, research and advocacy. We envision a watershed that is ecologically sound and adds to the quality of life of its residents.
HooRWA Raffle Tickets are now available at MountainOne Bank in Williamstown or from a HooRWA Board member.
A $5 ticket provides a chance to win a kayak, mountain bike, clothing gift certificate or 3″ shade tree. Buy one soon!
Our next event is the annual Henry David Thoreau hike on Saturday, July 21st. This hike ks on the Bellows Pipe Trail on Mt. Greylock with Lauren Stevens and DCR Visitor Services staff. Participants should bring water and lunch. We pause along the way to read relevant passages from Henry David Thoreau’s works. Six or seven miles; three miles if participants arrange transportation from the summit. Meet: Leave from the north gate (Notch Road) of the Mount Greylock Reservation at 10:00 a.m.
The Spring/Summer issue of The Hoosic River Voice is available by clicking here.
HooRWA has published “Dispatches from the Beyond Place: Tales of the Hoosic River,” A copy can be found here on our website under the About Us tab and then under History.