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Urge the Environment Committee to Raise HB 5100 – Authorizing a Municipal Conservation Funding Option

The following are CLCC executive director Amy Blaymore Paterson’s remarks from the 2021 CT League of Conservation Voters Environmental Summit…

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New Tools and Programs in the Works for 2021

The CLCC team is hard at work in developing  and implementing new tools and programs in 2021. Here’s what you…

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Transportation Climate Initiative and Resilient Connecticut Collaborative

The Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) is a multi-state collaboration to cap and reduce pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions from…

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Bring on the 2021 Session

The 2021 Connecticut General Assembly convenes on January 6. Creating, protecting, and enhancing land conservation funding are at the top…

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Highlights from the year

CLCC 2019 Annual Report Now Available

CLCC 2019 Annual Report Now Available. Read all about it here »

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2019 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

The 2019 state legislative session ended on June 5 and thanks to your strong support and relentless advocacy, the land…

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2018 Legislative Session Re-Cap

Introduction The Connecticut Land Conservation Council (CLCC) advocates for land conservation, stewardship and funding, and works to ensure the long-term…

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2018 Conference Wrap-Up

Our Biggest and Best Yet! Approximately 500 conservationists from across Connecticut and beyond joined us at Wesleyan University for the…

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With Appreciation — Diana Atwood Johnson

The Connecticut land conservation community lost a true champion last week with the passing of Diana Atwood Johnson of Old…

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CLCC becomes a fully independent 501c3 Nonprofit Organization

In late 2017, CLCC received its official 501c3 nonprofit determination letter from the IRS, and is starting off 2018 as…

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Remembering Sandy Breslin

Remembering Sandy Breslin (1954 – 2017) With the regular legislative session behind us and the special session ahead, there is…

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