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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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Vintage photo of a woman standing at a beach in Peru

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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Vintage photo of a woman standing at a beach in Peru

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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Members of Outdoor Afro stand in a semi circle reflecting on the bird walk.

Bird, Hike, Learn & Laugh

There is an often overlooked joy to the process of discovery, of learning and understanding, and of creating a deeper…

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Collage of photos from the September issue of #LoveYourCTLandTrust

September #LoveYourCTLandTrust Now Available

My name is Emely Ricci, your new Sandy Breslin Conservation Fellow, here at CLCC. I hope to follow in the…

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Two women at an outdoor environmental event

Sandy would be kvelling

Sandy Breslin (1954-2017) was a founding member of CLCC who made enduring contributions to land conservation, the environment, and politics…

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Collage of photos featuring land trusts from the August 2022 issue

August #LoveYourCTLandTrust is Now Available

Partnerships, programs, projects, press, and goats! (Not finding a word that begins with “p” to describe goats!) Connecticut land trusts…

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CLCC staff smiling on a hike outside

Work Hard. Play Hard.

Greetings! If you follow @CTConservation on social media, you know that our staff has been out and about, participating in…

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#LoveYourCTLandTrust July 2022 Now Available

Connecticut is a small but mighty state for land trusts. We are the third smallest state yet home to the…

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Seeing the Forest for the Trees

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending Seaside Sounds for Environmental Justice – a community power-building festival at Bridgeport’s Seaside Park….

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Tackling the Land Conservation Bucket List

At a recent information session for CLCC’s Connecticut Conservation Partnership Program (CCPP), I shared with the participants that bringing dollars to Connecticut’s land trusts…

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Monarch butterfly on flowers

Show Your Support of CLCC Today!

Make a donation today » I was enjoying a run along a favorite rails-to-trail when I came upon a group…

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