Birding in the Park

CLCC held its second joint walk with Outdoor Afro-Connecticut at Westmoor Park in West Hartford.

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The Connecticut Land Conservation Council is committed to the conservation and stewardship of Connecticut’s lands. We work to ensure that our parks, forests, farmlands, community gardens, streams, and wetlands are protected in perpetuity for the benefit of our present and future generations.

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Group attending the workshop at the New Canaan Library


Defining Conservation in Fairfield County

Community Conservation

At the beginning of April, land trust board representatives from lower Fairfield County gathered at the recently redeveloped New Canaan Library in New Canaan, Connecticut for a CLCC-facilitated workshop. Representatives from the Aspectuck Land Trust, Darien Land Trust, New Canaan Land Trust, and Norwalk Land Trust were in attendance. Land trusts in this region are in an interesting position, being primarily focused on preserving and protecting open space in perpetuity.

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