4/5/21 – Stewardship plays a vital role in the continued care and conservation of land trust properties. Join us for the fourth session in our New Land Board Member Boot Camp to explore what stewardship means for your land trust! CLCC’s New Land Trust Board Member Boot Camp is a new five-week series, led by Connie Manes.
This workshop was originally presented as part of CLCC’s Spring 2021 Conserving Land by Staying Connected Programming.
Slides from this presentation are attached. A recording of this session will be available soon
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.
5/21/20 – Connie Manes, Executive Director of Kent Land Trust presents on planning your stewardship calendar at this time. Review basic must-do stewardship responsibilities for fee-owned and conservation easement properties, and learn how land trusts in CT and nationally are accomplishing these tasks.
5/19/20 – Jeff Ward, Chief Scientist at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station and Kelsey Wentling, River Steward with the Connecticut River Conservancy lead a session with brief presentations about key terrestrial invasive species and water chestnut, an invasive aquatic plant, and there will be ample time for questions and discussion.