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2022 Legislative Session Re-Cap

Great work, team! The 2022 Legislative Session may have been a “short session”, but there was no shortage of action,…

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Time is Running Out to Save Deer Lake in Killingworth

Scout Camp At Risk of Being Sold to Private Developer Have you heard about the statewide effort to save Deer…

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Speak up for Open Space Funding!

Your Testimony is Needed by Sunday (3/13) Greetings! On Monday (3/14), the Environment Committee is holding a public hearing on…

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Ask your Municipal Leaders to Use Federal Funds for Local Conservation

The federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) provides $2.55 billion statewide ($1.56 billion to general government / $995 million to…

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Take Action to Support Federal Conservation Easement Tax Incentive

Land Trust Alliance Action Alert – Time is of the Essence! Dear Friends, The following message is from Lori Faeth,…

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Reflecting on the 2021 Legislative Session

The 2021 regular legislative session wrapped up on June 9, followed by a short special session to address unfinished business….

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2021 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

The 2021 regular legislative session wrapped up on June 9, followed by a short special session to address unfinished business….

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CLCC and Audubon CT Statement Regarding Removal of Section 4

PRESS CONTACTS: Amy Blaymore Paterson Executive Director, Connecticut Land Conservation Council (860) 614-8537 abpaterson@ctconservation.org Robert LaFrance Policy Director, Audubon Connecticut…

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Ask your Legislators to Co-Sponsor Climate Change Adaptation Bill (HB 6441)

Your legislators need to hear from you ASAP! The effects of climate change – including flooding, rising temperatures, proliferation of…

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DEEP Invites Public Comment on ’21 Applications

Deadline | April 19, 2021 The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is inviting public comment on the 2021 round…

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Speak up for Open Space Funding!

Your Testimony is Needed by Tuesday (3/23) On Wednesday (3/24), the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee is holding a public…

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SB 887 Bond Package Additional Info

More information on SB 887, An Act Authorizing And Adjusting Bonds Of The State For Capital Improvements, Transportation And Other…

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