Your Action Needed to Help Pass the State Water Plan


Conservation Advocates

Please help Pass the State Water Plan


Contact your Legislators ASAP

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CLCC joins with Rivers Alliance of Connecticut and other advocates across the state in sharing the following action alert:

The Connecticut General Assembly has an opportunity to score a big win for the environment and our water resources by passing Connecticut’s first State Water Plan.

Background: Years in the making, with significant investment of time and resources, and based upon input from dozens of stakeholders -- including members of the public -- the State Water Plan shapes how the state regulates all water resources, and includes detailed information on state water resources and priorities related to drinking water, protection of watershed lands, and conservation.

The administration, legislators and stakeholders have reached an agreement that will get the State Water Plan through the legislature this session without changing the Plan as drafted.

Your action is needed!

Please contact your Legislators and ask them to pass any bills and resolutions needed to get Connecticut’s first State Water Plan across the finish line.

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Sample email for you to Personalize

Dear Senator ____________ and Representative ____________-,

My name is ______________, I live in ____________, and I am your constituent.

I write to ask you to join me in support of the passage of Connecticut's first State Water Plan which guides how the state regulates and prioritizes all water resources.

[insert why water resources are important to your community and conservation work]

Please pass any bills and resolutions needed to get Connecticut’s first State Water Plan across the finish line.

Thank you for your consideration,

-Your name + Town


The Land and Water Connection

As land conservation advocates, you know first hand that water resources are critical to a clean and healthy environment. Thank you for taking action to get the State Water Plan adopted.



Amy Blaymore Paterson, Esq.
Executive Director


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