OVERVIEW The Connecticut Land Conservation Council (CLCC) is developing a new grant program, designed to support transaction-related project costs. The goal of this program, the Transaction Assistance Grant (TAG) Program is to help land trusts…
May was a whirlwind of a month for the CLCC staff. Just days after we wrapped up the 2022 legislative session with some wins for land conservation funding, we launched our much anticipated 2022 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference – a…
Happy Earth Day! We are delighted to share this video showcasing a sampling of the amazing land conservation and greenspace projects undertaken by land trusts and their community partners across the state. With the legislative session ending May…
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This year's Earth Day theme is "Invest in Our Planet." We are delighted to share this video showcasing a sampling of the amazing land conservation and greenspace projects undertaken by land trusts and their community partners across the state.
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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 eNews! CLCC Executive Director Amy B. Paterson accepted the award on behalf of CLCC. “It is now more than an eNews or a hashtag. It’s the rallying cry for land conservation, celebrating the tremendous contributions of land trusts in protecting vital natural resources and serving their communities in so many ways.” – Amy Blaymore Paterson
From Danosky & Associates: Creating meaningful partnerships and ensuring their longevity is a thoughtful, deliberate, and often lengthy process. Learn how Amy Blaymore Paterson and the Connecticut Land Conservation Council, along with other like-minded organizations across the state, have nurtured alliances to ensure open spaces in Connecticut are protected in perpetuity.