2022 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference

Gather on the Land: Conversations Among Generations

A series of virtual conversations and an in-person, outdoor plenary session

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A Series of Conversations Across the State

How will land conservation continue to evolve over the years? What are the ways we can build intergenerational connections to reach our shared goals of protecting the land we love?

We will explore these questions and more at CLCC’s 2022 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference Gather on the Land: Conversations Among Generations.

This year’s conference is planned by young conservationists from around the state, and highlights the hopes and goals for the future of land conservation through our efforts today.

Together, we will gain perspectives on current views of land conservation and the natural world, how concerns about the environment can impact personal and professional lives, and the ways our work connects the quietest corners to the busiest cities of our state. Through these conversations, let us strive towards a shared vision of protected and accessible outdoor spaces for all.

Questions about this year's conference? Contact Cristina at chayden@ctconservation.org.

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2022 Annual Conference

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May 12, 6:30 - 8:00pm
Conversations and Reflections: Taking a Look Back to Where We Are Now
(Virtual)

May 14, 8:30am - 3:00pm
Leading the Way:  Environmental Activists Speak Out
(Peoples State Forest)

May 17, Noon - 1:30pm
Creating a Welcoming Experience on the Land for All
(Virtual)

May 18, Noon - 1:30pm
Conservation Education: Empowering Students to Help Our Planet
(Virtual)

May 19, 6:30 - 8:00pm
Climate Solutions:  Combining Rural and Urban Conservation Efforts
(Virtual)

If you have any questions, contact Cristina at chayden@ctconservation.org

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“Absolutely amazing! So many great ideas emerge not only from the workshops but also in talking with other partners from my region who are equally as energized and inspired by the day.”

- Mary Ellen Lemay, Aspetuck Land Trust

Lead Conference Sponsor


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