Connecticut River Coordinator's Office
Northeast Region
 
Photo of a Northeast Fishery Center employee vaccinating adult Atlantic salmon at the Pittsford NFH, VT - Photo credit:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Photo of a Northeast Fishery Center employee vaccinating adult Atlantic salmon at the Pittsford NFH, VT - Credit:USFW

Co-Located Offices

S.O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge

The S.O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge was established in 1997 to conserve, protect and enhance the abundance and diversity of native plant, fish and wildlife species and the ecosystems on which they depend throughout the 7.2 million acre Connecticut River watershed. The watershed covers large areas of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. It contains a great diversity of habitats, notably: northern forest valuable as nesting habitat for migrant thrushes, warblers and other birds; rivers and streams used by shad, salmon, herring and other migratory fishes; and an internationally significant complex of high-quality tidal fresh, brackish and salt marshes.

Directions:
The Refuge office moved from its location in Turners Falls, MA and co-located with the Connecticut River Coordinator’s Office in November 2006. Take a left off Route 116S (about 3 mile south of Sunderland town center); Heading east on Plumtree Road, the office is the 3rd building on the right. The Refuge office is located on the 1st floor.

S.O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
103 East Plumtree Road
Sunderland, MA 01375
Phone: 413-548-8002
Fax: 413-548-9725

New England Field Office

The New England Field Office co-located with the Connecticut River Coordinator’s Office in 2002. One Fish and Wildlife Biologist is charged with both reviewing FERC hydro power license proposals and identifying and administering habitat restoration projects funded through Partners for Fish and Wildlife.

Directions:
Take a left off Route 116S (about 3 mile south of Sunderland town center); Heading east on Plumtree Road, the office is the 3rd building on the right. The Ecological Services satellite office is located on the 2nd floor.

Melissa Grader
New England Field Office
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
103 East Plumtree Road
Sunderland, MA 01375
Phone: 413-548-9138 ext 124
Fax: 413-548-9622

Central New England Fishery Resources Office

The Central New England Fishery Resources Office co-located a satellite office with the Connecticut River Coordinator’s Office in October 2006. One Fish and Wildlife Biologist is charged with assisting with habitat restoration projects in southern New England and New York.

Directions:
Take a left off Route 116S (about 3 mile south of Sunderland town center); Heading east on Plumtree Road, the office is the 3rd building on the right. The satellite office is located on the 2nd floor

Martha Naley, Restoration Biologist
Central New England Fishery Resources Office
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
103 East Plumtree Road
Sunderland, MA 01375
Phone: 413-548-8002 EXT 123
Fax: 413-548-9622

 
Last updated: August 31, 2010
Connecticut River Coordinator's Office
Northeast Fisheries Resources Home
Northeast Region Home


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Home Page | Department of the Interior  | USA.gov  | About the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  | Accessibility  | Privacy  | Notices  | Disclaimer  | FOIA