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Cultivating Comfort, Safety & Joy in Nature

At the beginning of the year, CLCC introduced two new advancement initiatives aligned with our goal of focusing land trusts…

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New CT Conservation Partnership Program Selected for USDA Funding

CLCC and CT DEEP awarded more than $6.7 million Earlier this week, CLCC and CT DEEP announced a new public-private partnership, the Connecticut Conservation…

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Thoughts on Imposter Syndrome and Inclusivity

So often, people of color experience imposter syndrome. A debilitating pattern in which they internalize a fear, a doubt about…

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Climate Adaptation Bill Moves Forward

This past Monday, the Environment Committee voted to approve HB 6441 – The Governor’s Act Concerning Climate Change Adaptation. HB 6441 includes several…

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Speaking up for A.I. Prince Technical H.S. Bioscience and Environmental Class

CLCC Blog Post – I stand here with a heavy heart!  The Connecticut Technical Education and Career System Board has…

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Creating Anti-Racist Communities is a Long Term Commitment

For the past several months, I have had the opportunity to participate in The Path to Thriving Communities: Creating Anti-Racist…

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Public Hearing on Monday, March 8

Submit Testimony and Ask your Legislators to Co-Sponsor HB 6441 to Support New Options for Local Funding to Adapt to Climate…

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Governor’s Budget Brings Good News for Open Space

Although the Capitol complex remains closed to the public, the 2021 legislative session is well underway. Earlier this month, Governor…

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A Shout-Out to Open Space

At the CTLCV Environmental Summit opener on January 19, Governor Lamont and CT DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes reminded us of the importance…

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What will be our legacy?

On January 18, many reflected and celebrated the spirit, the light, the life and love of Martin Luther King Jr.,…

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Let’s Continue to Take Action in 2021

This year has been a lot to handle (to say the least)—continuing to withstand a global pandemic, seeing the harsh…

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A Note on Gratitude

One of my biggest takeaways from this incredibly challenging year has been a renewed sense of daily gratitude for some…

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