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CLCC ensures land trusts carry out their mission in perpetuity

CLCC provides members of the Connecticut land conservation community with critical services built around the following five key roles:

  1. Convener of the land conservation community by providing a venue for land trusts to learn from one another and advance their conservation goals through networking and collaboration.
  2. Provider of timely, practical, and affordable opportunities to improve organizational capacity through training and education and in-depth advancement initiative programs.
  3. Provider of direct technical assistance and a variety of communication channels to access current and relevant conservation information.
  4. Grantmaker to the land trust community through the Regional Advancement Initiative, Record Keeping and other programs with a focus on augmenting their capacity to complete work central to their missions.
  5. Advocate for the land conservation community at the Capitol to protect and enhance critical funding programs, address climate change, and provide leadership on policies impacting other critical land conservation issues.
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