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Customized Publications

Land and water conservation is an ever-changing effort in Connecticut that is increasingly urgent as we work together to create healthy communities. To support land conservation at a variety of scales, as well as help landowners and municipalities envision what their conservation options are, we periodically create publications to further the discussion.

Feel free to download the publications. If there are other publications that would be helpful to you please let us know by emailing CLCC Executive Director Amy Blaymore Paterson at abpaterson@ctconservation.org.

If you have any questions about the content on this page, feel free to contact Executive Director Amy B. Paterson at abpaterson@ctconservation.org

Land Protection Publications

Are you interested in learning more about how to conserve your land, or land in your community?

“What is a Land Trust?” explains some of the most common work land trusts do in conserving and caring for places important to our local and statewide communities.

“Protecting the Land You Love” highlights landowner and land trust conservation success stories to help landowners understand the conservation process and their options.

CLCC Primers

To fully comprehend and value the scope of land conservation in Connecticut, it is vital to have an awareness of Connecticut’s conservation goals, how land conservation can serve as a buffer to climate change, and the ways we can all contribute to building a healthy and sustainable future. Our primers are aids in understanding the present and future of land conservation in Connecticut.

Annual Reports and Newsletters

Check out the highlights of land and water conservation efforts, innovation and community work, climate change, and a growing diversity of those who benefit from this effort. Together, thanks to wide-spread community support, we are accelerating the pace and reach of land and water protection as we support land trusts, municipalities, conservation commissions and individuals to engage all people.