Who We Are
The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District is one of 14 conservation districts throughout Vermont. It encompasses all of Chittenden and Washington County as well as parts of Orange County (Orange, Williamstown and Washington). The WNRCD encompasses more than five different drainage basins including: the Winooski River Watershed, the LaPlatte River Watershed, and parts of the Lake Champlain, Lamoille and White River Watersheds. As the name of the District suggests, the Winooski River Watershed represents a great deal of the District. The district relies on grants and individual donations to complete conservation work. Focusing resources on completing conservation projects within the areas of agricultural assistance, forestland enhancement, urban conservation and watershed stewardship. Our work depends on partnering with the distinct watershed associations, conservation commissions, towns and communities throughout the District to identify projects and to address the common goal of soil and water conservation.
Learn more about the WNRCD, Programs & Initiatives
Download a copy of our Brochure: wnrcd-brochure
What We Do
When we meet
The WNRCD board of supervisors and staff meet monthly, usually on the second Tuesday of the month at our Berlin office. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for dates.