It has been an amazing year getting to know Connecticut’s land trusts and conservation community. Sharing land trusts’ stories through this monthly eNews was a highlight of my work here at CLCC. I learned so much from everyone and participated in many unique events throughout the year. As I move on to my next adventure, I will keep what I’ve learned close to mind in the things I hope to achieve.
This month’s stories show the work land trusts do to preserve and protect land for enjoyment and conservation. Their efforts can be felt by their communities and those who explore CT’s vast natural environment.
As summer comes to a close and the air outside cools, let’s reflect on the work done thus far and remember to #LoveYourCTLandTrust.
Top L to R: Bird eating Mulberry courtesy of Dennis Main, Avalonia Land Conservancy; Michael Robin, Wilton Library, reading to participants courtesy of Wilton Land Trust
Bottom L to R: Volunteers constructing protective tree cages courtesy of East Haddam Land Trust; Bird on branch courtesy of Bolton Land Trust
P.S. Please keep those #LoveYourCTLandTrust stories and photos coming. Drop them here and we’ll take it from there!