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First #LoveYourCTLandTrust Issue of 2022 Now Available

The January 2022 #LoveYourCTLandTrust issue is now available to read! Catch up on what’s going on with the Manchester Land Conservation Trust, Harwinton Land Trust, Cornwall Conservation Trust, Green Village Initiative, and Wildlife in Crisis….

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November #LoveYourCTLandTrust Now Available

The latest issue of CLCC’s #LoveYourCTLandTrust is out now! Read stories from East Haddam Land Trust, Middlebury Land Trust, Aspetuck…

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A Walk in the Woods with New Friends

Kent Land Trust “We are well into fall but days like today make me so thankful for all of our…

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Giving Pollinators a Helping Hand

New Canaan Land Trust “Last month, we planted more than 2,500 native grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs, adding to the 7,500…

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On the Road Again and It Sure Feels Good

Pre-COVID, I was constantly on the road. Whether providing land trusts with technical assistance, convening roundtables, advocating for land conservation…

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CLCC Wins 2021 Aquarion Environmental Champion Award

CLCC has been selected as the 2021 Aquarion Environmental Champion Award winner in the Communications Category for our monthly #LoveYourCTLandTrust…

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CLCC Celebrates 2020 Excellence in Conservation Winners

For 2020, CLCC’s Excellence in Land Conservation Awards were celebrated via Zoom as part of the annual Connecticut Land Conservation…

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Conservation Conversations are a Celebration of Land and People

I started my position as the CLCC Sandy Breslin Conservation Fellow in August of 2021 and right away I was…

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Biodiversity for All Ages

Wilton Land Conservation Trust “ ‘Community and conservation are connected. Restoring native plant habitat is the critical first step to…

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Madison Conservation Conversation Moved to Zoom

Due to inclement weather, the in-person Conservation Conversation event at Lowry Woods Community Forest will now be held via Zoom….

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