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Collage from the December #LoveYourCTLandTrust issue

There’s a chill in the air, the last of the leaves have gone, snow is falling, and animals are heading into hibernation for the arrival of winter. While the spring and summer festivals are long gone and the fall harvests are done, the work of Connecticut land trusts span all seasons! This month’s series of stories focus mainly on the various land acquisitions Connecticut land trusts and their partners have acquired at the turn of the Fall Equinox.

There is always a story behind the land that we enjoy. Be it through an anonymous donation, saving up to buy a parcel of land at the right time, or through a collaborative effort of like-minded groups, these stories exemplify the collective mission of conserving land for the benefit of the environment and future generations.

So while you finish up those last-minute year-end tasks, finalize winter holiday plans, or even look back on sunnier days, take a small break by the fire and remember to #LoveYourCTLandTrust!

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Photo Credits (clockwise from top right)
CFPA volunteer putting up WLT sign courtesy of The Wallingford Land Trust
Staff putting up signage courtesy of Ann Kilpatrick, CT DEEP Wildlife Division
YouTube Video stills courtesy of Matt Scott

Scouts hiking trip on Webster Preserve courtesy of Northern CT Land Trust
Rich Barger courtesy of Kimball Cartwright of the CT Farmland Trust.