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Raised beds in community garden

Planting a Food Forest for Seniors Copy

Heritage Land Preservation Trust On November 4th, the Heritage Land Preservation Trust, together with the Torrington Conservation Commission set out to plant a food forest at the Bowman Community Garden. In partnership with Brett Lehner and the North Central…

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Group shot of CLCC's land trust president's summit participants

A Return to In Person Networking

The past two months have been a whirlwind of activity for CLCC’s Conserving Land by Staying Connected program. Through multiple…

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Group of Deaf people on an accessible hike at a preserve

An Accessible Trail Hike

Avalonia Land Conservancy This past Sunday, the Avalonia Land Conservancy (ALC) invited American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter Joy Valenti to provide interpretation at…

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Collage from the October #LoveYourCTLandTrust issue

Expanding People’s Access to Trails and Fun

Connecticut land trusts offered so many events, news, and celebrations since our last newsletter, it was hard to pick and…

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By the River: Family Nature Event

Roxbury Land Trust “It was wonderful to see our community come together to celebrate nature here at RLT’s preserve by…

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Flyer listing land trust hikes in October 2022

Walk Your Land Trust (and Other Land Trusts, Too)

Darien Land Trust, New Canaan Land Trust, Norwalk Land Trust, Stamford Land Conservation Trust, Wilton Land Conservation Trust With fall…

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Mural of a person on a bike with two pigs next to them

A New Look for the Rails-To-Trails Mural

Vernon Greenways Volunteers Artist Michael DeAngelo painted another spectacular mural. The Rail Trail Mural Project started in 2015 in Vernon,…

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Collage from the writing workshop at a nature preserve

Writing Among the Trees and Water

Joshua’s Trust Joshua’s Trust (JT) hosted a Nature Writer’s Workshop on September 15th. Led by JT blog writer George Jacobi, the group…

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Looking back at a great summer and planning ahead, with you!

March 10, 2020. That’s the date that we made the tough decision to postpone the annual Connecticut Land Conservation Conference. With another…

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Vintage photo of a woman standing at a beach in Peru

Honoring a Family & Community Connection to the Land

Land has always been a core part of my community’s identity. It is our ancestral history when we read about…

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