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New Report: Farmland Access and Ownership in Connecticut

CLCC is excited to announce the release of a new report, Farmland Access & Ownership: An Overview of Barriers, Models, and Actions to Increase Land Access for Connecticut’s BIPOC Farmers. CLCC, in partnership with the CT…

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Bring on the 2021 Session

The 2021 Connecticut General Assembly convenes on January 6. Creating, protecting, and enhancing land conservation funding are at the top…

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Partnering to Protect Converse Brook Preserve

Greenwich Land Trust (GLT) has protected 72 acres of open space, to be known as Converse Brook Preserve, through a Public-Private Partnership with the Town…

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NFA Agroforest Project at the Holcombe Hill Preserve

Brett Lehner has always had an interest in hardwood nut trees. In the summer of 2017, he and a friend…

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Cornwall, CT ’s iconic Cathedral Pines

A Homecoming for Cathedral Pines

The Cornwall Conservation Trust (CCT) recently acquired Cornwall’s iconic Cathedral Pines, as a donation from The Nature Conservancy. Cathedral Pines is a 42-acre…

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Celebrating a Conservation Legacy

The Haddam Land Trust (HLT) recently acquired the Nancy L Planeta Preserve. This 19-acre preserve was donated to HLT by the heirs…

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A Note on Gratitude

One of my biggest takeaways from this incredibly challenging year has been a renewed sense of daily gratitude for some…

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Land Acknowledgements and More

The website and resource, Native Land provides an interactive map of North America and many other regions across the world, illustrating the…

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A Cow-rageous Raffle

If you have never heard of a cow chip raffle, give it a quick Google search—it’ll make you smile! This…

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Community Celebrates Designation of the Motley Preserve on the CT Freedom Trail

“We are thrilled about this dedication,” said Dori Dumas, the President of the Greater New Haven NAACP. “Judge Motley was a civil…

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