The Lower Farmington River and Salmon Brook Wild & Scenic Committee (LFSWS) is made up of a town-appointed representative and alternate from each partner town (Avon, Bloomfield, Burlington, East Granby, Farmington, Granby, Hartland, Simsbury and Windsor), representatives from the Farmington River Watershed Association, the Pequabuck River Watershed Association and the Salmon Brook Watershed Association, Stanley Black & Decker, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the National Park Service.
The Wild & Scenic Committee’s purpose is to lead and coordinate implementation of the Management Plan, keeping track of changes in and along the River and Brook and supporting relevant projects. As an advisory Committee, its responsibilities include:
- addressing river-related issues.
- reviewing and updating the Management Plan.
- promoting public involvement and education.
- promoting river and brook enhancement initiatives, dispersing the federal funding provided.
- reporting to the member towns and organizations on the Committee’s activities.
- preparing periodic status reports.
For more information about the work of LFSWS, see Chapter 3 of the Management Plan.
Wild & Scenic Committee Members
Stanley Black & Decker
National Park Service
Andrew Petit de Mange
Lower Farmington River and
Salmon Brook Wild & Scenic
749 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, CT 06070
P: 860-658-4442 ext. 203