The mild spring weather will soon transform into summer’s heavy heat, flowers are blooming, people are enjoying the outdoors, and land trusts across the state continue to inspire.
This month’s collection of stories spotlights the collaborative efforts of land trusts, volunteers, and community partners in connecting people to the land and each other. By offering these opportunities to learn, work, and have fun, land trusts help build resilient communities and lifelong appreciation and stewardship of the natural world for all ages.
As we reflect on how we connect ourselves, family, and neighbors to the environment around us, let’s remember to support and #LoveYourCTLandTrust.
Quinnipiac Students courtesy of Cheshire Land Trust
Boy Scouts working on accessibility trail to Dunham Pond courtesy of Candlewood Valley Regional Land Trust
Youths learning about fishing with Trout Unlimited courtesy of Aspetuck Land Trust
Earth Day Town Clean-up event courtesy of Bridgewater Land Trust
P.S. Please keep those #LoveYourCTLandTrust stories and photos coming. Drop them here and we’ll take it from there!