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We are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer now or in the future, please fill out the form below under "Volunteer" and we will contact you when an opportunity arises. At the Office Manager's discretion, memberships may be awarded to anyone who volunteers with the HRAA.
Conservation, Education & Community Interaction since 1977
Seemingly untouched riparian zones are easy to find in the upper Hammond River watershed. Here, in Hanford Brook, farmland is the biggest threat to riparian zones and the impact of a fractured riparian zone has an effect downstream.
The floodplains of the Hammond River are vast and beautiful, speckled with old growth trees such as silver maple. By filtering & storing water, wetlands play an important role in maintaining water quality in brooks and rivers. Wetlands are also are the most productive & bio-diverse ecosystems in our watershed.
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