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Woods during Autumn with fall foliage

Aspetuck Land Trust

“This property, combined with surrounding Aquarion and Monroe open space lands, protects about 120 acres of wildlife habitat.” – Barbara Thomas

Aspetuck Land Trust (ALT) acquired 7.8 acres of land in Monroe from the Boy Scouts of America’s Connecticut Yankee Council. This is the first parcel of land the ALT has purchased since its merger with Monroe Land Trust and Tree Conservancy last year. ALT emphasizes the importance of this acquisition on its environmental value of preserving open space and natural habitats…

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Photo Credit: Bill Bittar