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What is a Thames River Basin Partnership Floating Workshop?

The flagship event of the TRBP is an annual Floating Workshop, usually held in June. Each workshop features a conservation theme and how our partners work together on that theme. The workshops are casual and as the name implies, typically feature an on-water component. Whether you are a conservation professional, a municipal employee or volunteer, or just someone who wants to learn more about conservation efforts in the greater Thames River watershed, the Thames River Basin Partnership Floating Workshop is an event you will want to attend annually.


FW XVIII River Continuity and Thames River Cruise


FW XVII Little River – a National Water Quality Initiative Watershed


FW XVI Thames River Heritage Park


FW XV Upper Quinebaug River, Headwaters to the Thames


FW XIV Pachaug: The River Be Dammed


FW XIII CT Changing Coastline


FW XII Willimantic River 40 Years After the Clean Water Act


FW XI Featuring the French River


FW X Poquetanuck Cove


FW IX Hypoxia in Long Island Sound


FW VIII Natchaug River Watershed


FW VII Bus tour of the Shetucket River


FW VI Enviro-Lab: smart growth/conservation

FW V USGS study of West Thompson Lake – West Thompson paddle

FW IV Thames Water Quality and Area Conservation/Development Patterns

FW III Marine Transportation and Usage Issues

FW II Wastewater Dischargers in the Thames River

FW I Thames River Estuary Dynamics/New London waterfront development