Towns in the Study Area
Farmington River Watershed Association
The FRWA is a partner in the Lower Farmington & Salmon Brook Study.
National Wild & Scenic Rivers System
From the Interagency Wild & Scenic Rivers Coordinating Council. This contains many publications about the Wild & Scenic Process. NOTE: Many of these publications apply to Wild & Scenic Rivers on federal land. +The rules and standards are much different for these rivers compared to the Lower Farmington & Salmon Brook Partership approach.
National Park Service (NPS)
The NPS, through the Rivers & Trails program is a partner in the Lower Farmington & Salmon Brook Study. NPS provides technical expertise and advise to the Study Committee.
The Concord, Assabet, & Sudbury Wild & Scenic River Stewardship Council
The River Stewardship Council (RSC) was established to coordinate the conservation of the 29-mile Wild & Scenic River segment of the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers.
Farmington River Wild & Scenic Coordinating Committee
Coordinating Committee for the Upper Farmington River Wild & Scenic segments.
About Wild & Scenic Links
- Public Law 109-370 (Public law 109–370—Nov. 27, 2006, 120 stat. 2643)
- National Wild & Scenic Study Act (The full act minus the rivers listed in Sections 3(a) and 5(a)*)
- An Introduction to Wild & Scenic Rivers (A concise primer on wild and scenic rivers and what designation means to you.*)
- Abbreviations & Glossary (The abbreviations and glossary of terms used in the Reference Guide.*)
- Protecting Resource Values on Non-Federal Lands (How wild and scenic rivers are protected where the federal government doesn’t manage the surrounding area.*)
- A Compendium of Questions & Answers Relating to Wild & Scenic Rivers (Everything you wanted to know about wild and scenic rivers in a Q&A format. These Q&As can also be accessed through a searchable database.*)
* Source: National WSR Publications
Lower Farmington River and
Salmon Brook Wild & Scenic
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