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Catch Up on Our Latest News

Our April issues of our Monthly eNews and #LoveYourCTLandTrust are now available! Catch and read all about what’s going on with the land conservation community. Some highlights: Connecticut Conservation Partnership Program Selected for USDA Funding…

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Creating Anti-Racist Communities is a Long Term Commitment

For the past several months, I have had the opportunity to participate in The Path to Thriving Communities: Creating Anti-Racist…

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Public Hearing on Monday, March 8

Submit Testimony and Ask your Legislators to Co-Sponsor HB 6441 to Support New Options for Local Funding to Adapt to Climate…

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HB 6441 Public Hearing Instructions

*ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2021 The Environment Committee will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 8, 2021 at…

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Governor Lamont Moves Connecticut Forward with New Options for Local Funding to Adapt to Climate Change

Conservation Advocates Applaud Introduction of the Governor’s Bill to Conserve Connecticut’s Valuable Ecosystems Including the Municipal Funding Option and Other…

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Governor’s Budget Brings Good News for Open Space

Although the Capitol complex remains closed to the public, the 2021 legislative session is well underway. Earlier this month, Governor…

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World Water Day

Annual World Water Day 2021

Monday, March 22 from 12 to 1:30pm Recognizing the strong connection between land conservation and water quality, CLCC will join:…

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Facilitating land trust mergers

With support from the Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation, CLCC and consultant Sharon Danosky are working with conservation organizations…

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Celebrating the Heart of the Land Trust

“As supporters of the Litchfield Land Trust, we invest our time, energy, and resources in preserving something that will outlast…

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Working Together to Preserve Iron Mountain

On January 6, The Nature Conservancy of Connecticut transferred ownership of the 300+ acre Iron Mountain Preserve to the Kent Land Trust…

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