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A New Year = New Hikes and Places to Explore

Happy New Year to everyone, everywhere! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful holiday season with your loved ones and…

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CLCC Staff Looks Back and Plans Ahead

At our final staff meeting of the year I asked the team to reflect on their fondest CLCC memories from…

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Two young conservationists posing at a hike in November

Taking Action NOW for Future Generations

Last month, I joined the Steep Rock Association (SRA) in Washington, CT, to celebrate the grand opening of a new trail at the…

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Unleash Generosity This #GivingTuesday

Connecticut is home to ~130 land trusts. Together these non-profits have conserved at least 205,000 acres of land that is…

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Board Visioning – Taking a Step Back

When big changes happen at a land trust, many boards find it helpful to step back from the day-to-day, and…

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A Time for Giving and Receiving from Communities and the Land

Here we have a new selection of stories to share with everyone. Throughout our lives, we will receive from others…

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When Superstars Align

Greetings! To say that David Bingham is a land conservation icon is an understatement. Founder and current vice-president of Salem…

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A Return to In Person Networking

The past two months have been a whirlwind of activity for CLCC’s Conserving Land by Staying Connected program. Through multiple…

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Expanding People’s Access to Trails and Fun

Connecticut land trusts offered so many events, news, and celebrations since our last newsletter, it was hard to pick and…

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Looking back at a great summer and planning ahead, with you!

March 10, 2020. That’s the date that we made the tough decision to postpone the annual Connecticut Land Conservation Conference. With another…

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Honoring a Family & Community Connection to the Land

Land has always been a core part of my community’s identity. It is our ancestral history when we read about…

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Honrando una conexión familiar y comunitaria con la tierra

La tierra siempre ha sido una parte central de la identidad de mi comunidad. Es nuestra historia ancestral cuando leemos…

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