Byline: By KARL MEYER

Living rivers flow downstream, but not the Connecticut River in Franklin County where FirstLight’s 50-year-old Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage...

In a Recorder Earth Day press release, CEO Alicia Barton touted the success and generosity of FirstLight’s environmental grant promotion in local...

In a behind-closed-doors move St. Patrick’s Day, federal and state environmental representatives entered into an Agreement in Principle with...

After 50 years, the chance for federal and state agencies to undo the mistake leaving a 410-mile-long river ecosystem broken in a three-state reach...

After 49 years the sole chance to end the massive energy waste, unquantifiable loss of aquatic life and full-stop ecosystem disruption wrought by...

Domenic Poli’s Nov. 6 hydropower article and quotes from “industry professionals” were of great interest. As an intervener in the Federal Energy...

John Sinton’s Sept. 24 piece, “Salmon story: Squeezed out by dams” reminded me of old generals still arguing their last, lost war — claiming they’d...

No river should die in the dark, certainly not the Connecticut — western New England’s ocean lifeline and central artery. But after nine years of...

Taste-sampling the baked baby Connecticut River shortnose sturgeon is among the rarest of rare culinary treats. It is one solely accessed by those...

Fifty-one years after the first Earth Day the four-state Connecticut River remains prisoner to an ecosystem-crippling license the Federal Power...

This April 30 the Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage Station (NMPS), the most efficient aquatic killer of all nuclear age machines installed on the...

A river return to the bad old days?

10/27/20

On Sept. 1, FirstLight Power petitioned the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a third delay in submitting final license applications to run...

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