Grant Funding

Connecticut Conservation Partnership Program Selected for USDA Funding

CLCC and CT DEEP awarded more than $6.7 million by the USDA

Organization Statement

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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View from the top of a mountain looking over a valley with a glimpse of the river
Katharine Lange

May 4, 2021

Register for the 2021 Conference, Nominate for an Award, and Submit Photos

2021 Conference Updates

Registration is now open for the 2021 Connecticut Land Conservation (Virtual) Conference. Conference updates also include nominations for the 2021 Excellence in Conservation Awards and photo contest details for the Diana Atwood Johnson OSWA Photo Contest.


Events, Training, Networking & Workshops

CLCC Home Conference

June 8, 10, 15, & 17

Voices from the Field: What is a Land Trust Now?

2021 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference

We're going virtual, and planning things a bit differently... again! The 2021 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference will consist of four lunchtime roundtable discussions on June 8, 10, 15 and 17. Please save the dates!

Registration is now open.

Connecticut Roundtable

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Climate Roundtable

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NextGen Roundtable

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Roundtable Across State Borders

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CLCC’S MISSION

We advocate for land conservation, stewardship and funding, and work to ensure the long term strength and viability of the land conservation community.

What is a Land Trust?

A land trust is a nonprofit that works with individuals and communities to conserve land. Learn more >>