CLCC and CT Farmland Trust hosted an online introduction to the FarmLink program, and how FarmLink can help match your land trust to a farmer who is interested in stewarding your agricultural lands. Topics discussed land and community benefits of leasing farmland, land trust considerations before leasing, and funding opportunities for your land trust.
This handbook was produced for New England by the Non-farming Landowner Task Force of the Land Access Project.
CLCC’s Land Trust Board Member Boot Camp is a five-week series for those who are new to being on a board, new to land trusts, or are looking for a refresher course.
Open to All: A Disability Inclusion Guide for Land Trusts was created by a dedicated group of people who came together to form an Advisory Council on Inclusive Health and Disabilities under the guidance of the Land Trust Alliance and their partner, the Lakeshore Foundation.
The Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA) has created the CT Forestry Services Directory as a resource for forest landowners. Landowners can find a CT certified professional forester to assist with individual needs.
As part of CLCC’s virtual programming, Conserving Land by Staying Connected and to continue to be responsive to the needs of Connecticut’s land trust community, a compilation of documents, resources, and recordings of previous programs have been included below to best serve land trusts and conservation organizations at this time.
6/4/20 – Staff from NRCS Connecticut presented about available funding for your stewardship work. NRCS Staff covered a variety of their programs including the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP), Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), and the Healthy Forest Reserve Program.