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#LoveYourCTLandTrust July 2023 Collage

It’s no secret that Connecticut’s land trusts are leaders in land conservation across the state. Their volunteers and members work tirelessly to maintain their preserves and host community events. And the land trusts’ communities contribute to their longevity and continuous stewardship of the land around them. Engaging with youth, educational institutes, and community organizations ensures the bonds between land trusts and people continue to be strengthened and connected.

#LoveYourCTLandTrust – Through diligent effort and collaboration, land trusts and community members can pave the way toward a brighter environmental future for land, wildlife, and community.

Read the full July 2023 issue of #LoveYourCTLandTrust »

Photo Credits
Top Row (L to R): Eric Zocco courtesy of Bolton Land Trust
Trail House Lab courtesy of Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust
Bottom Row (L to R): 
Oakes Preserve Gazebo courtesy of Avon Land Trust
Purple Martin with Tracker courtesy of Kent Land Trust

P.S. Please keep those #LoveYourCTLandTrust stories and photos coming. Drop them here and we’ll take it from there!