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Support of Land Conservation is Underway at the 2023 CT Session

Throughout my career in Connecticut, I have always been involved – in one way or another – with CT DEEP’s Open Space and Watershed Land Acquisition Grant Program – or OSWA. OSWA is CT DEEP’s matching grants…

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The Campaign to Protect the Miller Farm

“Bordering Tater Hill and AP Gates Roads in eastern East Haddam lies the Miller Farm… For years, the current owners,…

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Hike the Acclaimed Tri-Town Ridgeline Forest

On July 14, our Regional Conservation Conversation Series will take us to the Avalonia Land Conservancy’s Tri-Town Ridgeline Forest — a 409-acre property…

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North Branford Land Conservation Trust Receives Gift of the Harrison Farm Preserve

“Tucked away at the end of North Street in North Branford’s Historic District is the Harrison Farm. The proud owners,…

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“A Hike Among Giants” at Ballyhack Preserve

The Cornwall Conservation Trust’s Ballyhack Preserve is home to the second tallest white pine in Connecticut, recorded at 149 feet…

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Winchester Land Trust Awarded Accreditation

Congratulations to the Winchester Land Trust for achieving first-time accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission , becoming Connecticut’s 25th accredited land trust –…

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Preserving a Legacy at Farnham Farm

On Tuesday, July 24, we’ll join our hosts, the Connecticut Farmland Trust , the Litchfield Hills Greenprint Collaborative, and the Morris Land Trust for a Conservation Conversation at Farnham…

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Blueberry Picking at Trout Brook Valley Preserve

On July 26, for our final Regional Conservation Conversation for the summer, our host, the Aspetuck Land Trust , has generously invited…

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Hawk Hill Farm: Where the Hawks & the Scottish Highland Cattle Play

On July 17, our Conservation Conversation will take place in Bloomfield at Hawk Hill Farm, Protected in 2015 by the Wintonbury Land…

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Protecting Bull Hill — One (or Two) Steps at a Time

The Wyndham Land Trust’s 2017 acquisition of 254 acres on Bull Hill, funded in part by a DEEP OSWA grant, triggered a series of…

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