Rainbow River Conservation, Inc.

RRC is a 501c3 nonprofit. Our mission is to protect and preserve the water quality, the natural beauty, the riverbed, and the flood plains of the Rainbow River through education, conservation, stewardship, and advocacy.

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Scientific resources

A collection of resources from scientific studies on the Rainbow River
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Nature on the Rainbow

All about wood duck boxes, wildlife on the river, and maps
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Most recent newsletter

These newsletters are the best way to keep up with River Conservation news and happenings. You can always find the latest newsletter here, but be sure to subscribe to get this news sent directly to your inbox.
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RRC Projects and Events

See what we’re up to: cleanups, meetings, events, and projects
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OUR BLOG

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Our blog is where you’ll find updated stories about what Rainbow River Conservation is doing and writing. Explore our latest stories here.
May 31, 2022
Wood Duck Nesting Boxes

Rainbow River Conservation has installed and maintained Wood Duck boxes on the Rainbow River for over twenty-five years. The clear water and attractive habitat of the marshes and undeveloped corridor on the east side of the river have made this project very successful with a high production rate of Wood Duck broods, over 98 %. […]

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December 31, 2021
Newsletter: Fall 2021

Rainbow River Conservation Meetings We thought that the Covid-19 pandemic was on its way out and RRC meetings could resume but then the Delta variant raised its ugly head. Consequently, the Board of Directors opted to pause again on meetings, including the annual members meeting which had been scheduled for November. If, and when, the […]

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