Events

Connecticut Land Conservation CouncilEversource Presentation and Contact Info Now Available >>Forum on Right-of-Way Vegetation ManagementManagement of Powerline Corridors and other Open Areas for Declining Bird Species and New England CottontailsFeaturing:Robert Askins, Katharine Blunt Professor Emeritus of Biology, Connecticut CollegeRepresentatives from Eversouce Vegetation Management Team Monday, August 12, 20196:30 – 8:30 p.m....
Regional Land Trust SummitFarmington River Watershed RegionThursday, October 10, 2019East Granby Library24 Center StreetEast Granby, CT 06026(Directions)7:00 - 8:30pmCo-hosted by the East Granby Land Trust and Farmington River Watershed AssociationNetworking ~ Socializing ~ Information sharingThe CLCC Regional Land Trust Board Summit Series continues!Working with our conservation partners, the Connecticut Land Conservation Council...
 On November 1st, CLCC will host a workshop on our newly released 2019 Model Conservation Easement, Associated Commentary, as well as two new documents -- a compilation of provisions setting forth basic Options for Grantor and Grantee Rights and a Model Forever Wild Easement -- to assist individual landowners, land trusts, municipalities, and their attorneys with their land conservation work...
Attention Connecticut Accredited Land TrustsPlease join us for the next meeting of the CLCC Accredited Land Trust Working Group.What:  CT Accredited Land Trust Working Group MeetingWhen:  September 27, 2019, 10am - 2pm (lunch included)Where:  CLCC, deKoven House, 27 Washington St., Middletown 06457Cost & RSVP:  There is no charge to attend but space is limited. Please RSVP to Amy at abpaterson@ctconservation.org...
NEW DATE: August 8, 4 - 5 PMEnglish Street Gardens, 220 English Street, New HavenCo-hosted by the New Haven Land TrustDirections >>     Share event invite >>  Join CLCC, the New Haven Land Trust, state legislators, local officials, and community members for an afternoon in the fresh air checking out the English Street Garden and discussing land conservation priorities.The English Street Garden is...
August 26, 4 - 5 PMBotti Farm at Bush Hill Preserve, 330 Bush Hill Road, ManchesterCo-hosted by the Manchester Land Conservation TrustDirections >>     Share event invite >>Located on the Manchester/Glastonbury town line, the recently-acquired Botti Farm is a beautiful addition to the Manchester Land Conservation Trust's Bush Hill Preserve, made possible by the Open Space and Watershed Land Acquisition...
Conservation Conversation!September 8, 201912 - 1:30 PMCo-hosted by the Guilford Land Conservation TrustDirections >>     Invitation PDF >>Join CLCC, the Guilford Land Conservation Trust, state legislators, local officials, and community members in discussing land conservation priorities during an afternoon on the beautiful Westwoods trails.A trail system decades in the making, Westwoods in Guilford offers...
July 13, 10 - 11 AMAtkinson-Dirlam Preserve, LedyardCo-hosted by the Avalonia Land Conservancy(Meet at the Nathan Lester House, 153 Vinegar Hill Road, Gales Ferry)Directions >>     Share event invite >>Join us and our co-host, Avalonia Land Conservancy, to visit a land conservation success story in the making made possible by the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection’s Open...
July 11, 4 - 5 PMBelknap Preserve, 11 Wampum Hill Road, WestonCo-hosted by the Aspetuck Land TrustDirections >>    Share event invite >>Join us and our co-host, the Aspetuck Land Trust, to visit this land conservation success story made possible by the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection’s Open Space & Watershed Land Acquisition Program (OSWA) and Urban...
   July 1, 4:30 - 5:30 PMMacricostas Preserve, 124 Christian Street, New PrestonCo-hosted by Greenprint Collaborative, Steep Rock Association, and Weantinoge Heritage Land TrustDirections >>     Share event invite >>Steep Rock's beautiful Macricostas Preserve in the village of New Preston features a viewing platform, several lookout points, and a story walk for the whole family....

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