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Regional Conservation Partnerships

This information was taken from the Wildlands & Woodlands website.

What are RCPs?

Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCP) are made up of individuals representing various private and public organizations who work together to accomplish long-term conservation goals across their respective organizations’ service area borders.

Formed in 2012, the RCP Network has gathered organizations to work together, created The RCP Handbook, and trained RCPs by providing the tools needed to reach their conservation vision together.

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Check out the Wildlands & Woodlands RCP Interactive Map

Active RCPs in Connecticut

Friends of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge
Hudson to Housatonic Regional Conservation Partnership
Litchfield Hills Greenprint Collaborative
Lower Connecticut River and Coastal Region Land Trust Exchange
MassConn Sustainable Forest Partnership
Quiet Corner Initiative
Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor
South Central Region Land Conservation Alliance
Southern New England Heritage Forest Partnership