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Resources from OSWA Info Session Now Available

In case you missed it! Resources from the info session on the Open Space & Watershed Land Acquisition (OSWA) and Urban Green/Community Garden (UGCG) 2023 CT DEEP Grant Programs are now available. Download the presentation…

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2023 Conference Announcements

We look forward to seeing you all at the 2023 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference. Information and Logistics can be found…

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A Look Back at Another Great Month with You

Early this month, Denise Savageau (CT Association of Conservation Districts), Sean Ghio (Partnership for Strong Communities), and I participated on the policy…

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Reflecting on the 2023 Summit on Housing and Conservation

“Collaboration between oil and water topics, spiced up, can make a good dressing for green pastures!” – Pat Hackett, Salisbury…

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Highlights from Branford Land Trust’s Film Series

Branford Land Trust (BLT) hosted its January Film Series presenting a series of short films focused on Native American bonds to the…

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Driven by Community Spirit

Connecticut land trusts hit the New Year running — closing deals that honor family wishes, create enduring legacies, explore history,…

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Brett Lerner Cutting Phragmites

Although the depths of January keep most people indoors, the several week window of bitter temperatures allows for one unique…

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SALT Rings in the New Year with 125-Acres

The Salisbury Association Land Trust rang in the New Year with the addition of 125-acres of protected land. Donated by…

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Litchfield Land Trust to Move into New Office

The Litchfield Land Trust (LLT) will be moving its headquarters to the newly renovated 150-year-old Shepaug Station. The station was historically used as a…

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Bethany Land Trust Receives Whispering Pines

“It is so important to save our vanishing natural areas before it’s too late.” – Linda Francois, President, Bethany Land Trust Irene…

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