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What is a Land Trust Now?
A Series of Lunchtime Roundtable Conversations
June 8, 10, 15 & 17
Today, as many land trust boards contemplate succession plans and organizational sustainability, they do so against a backdrop of climate change, racial injustice, and a global call to action to conserve the earth’s natural resources before it’s too late. With these and other issues around land and water continuing to evolve, so too must Connecticut’s land trusts — which is exciting and also challenging.
Join us for a series of interactive conversations designed for land trusts of all sizes, offering you insights and strategies on how land trusts in Connecticut and beyond are maneuvering through a changing world and reflecting on what it means to be a land trust now.
Our 2021 Conference Sponsorship Campaign is Underway!
We are grateful for your continued support during these virtual times.
Sponsorships at all levels enable us to keep conference registration affordable and provide scholarships to students and all who wish to attend. To learn more about becoming a sponsor, please contact Cristina
2021 Excellence in Land Conservation Awards
Nomination Deadline | June 1, 2021
CLCC is seeking nominations of organizations and individuals who have made a substantive contribution to the ongoing success of land conservation in our state and projects that may serve as a guide and model for other land trusts.
Awards ceremony and guest speaker TBA
2021 Diana Atwood Johnson OSWA Photo Contest
Submission Deadline | June 1, 2021
Named for long-time conservation activist, Diana Atwood Johnson, the contest is intended to provide a venue for amateur photographers to celebrate the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) Open Space and Watershed Land Acquisition Grant Program (OSWA), display their work, and provide CLCC and CT DEEP with new materials for our publications and communications.