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Links Of Interest

Town of Old Saybrook

http://www.oldsaybrookct.org/Pages/index

Land Trust Alliance

http://lta.org

Trust for Public Land

http://www.tpl.org

The Nature Conservacy

http://www.nature.org/

Connecticut Farmland Trust

http://www.ctfarmland.org/

Audubon Connecticut

http://ct.audubon.org/

Connecticut Audubon Society

http://www.ctaudubon.org/

Connecticut Fund for the Environment

http://www.cfenv.org/

Connecticut Forest and Park Association

http://www.ctwoodlands.org/

Connecticut River Planning Agency

http://www.crerpa.org/

Tidewater Institute

http://www.crerpa.org/tidewater.html

Branford Land Trust

http://www.branfordlandtrust.org/

Clinton Land Conservation Trust

http://www.clintonlandtrust.org

Deep River Land Trust

http://www.deepriverct.us/land-trust.php

Essex Land Conservation Trust

http://www.essexlandtrust.org

Guilford Land Trust

http://www.guilfordlandtrust.org/

Lyme Land Conservation Trust

http://www.lymelandtrust.org/

Madison Land Conservation Trust

http://www.madisonlandtrust.org/

Old Lyme Conservation Trust

http://www.old-lymeconservtrust.org/

Turtle Conservation Project

http://www.turtleconservationproject.org/

Connecticut River Conservancy

https://www.ctriver.org/

Home Science: Backyard Conservation (Submitted by Ms. Ainsworth's Students - Thank you!)

https://www.homeadvisor.com/ r/home-science-backyard- conservation/

Marsh Restoration Project

The marsh restoration project was supported through a Landowner Incentive Program grant from the CT Department of Environmental Protection Wildlife Division and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The Old Saybrook Land Trust took on the challenge to act as a liaison between over 200 property-owners and the DEEP for outreach, education and administrative work. The partnership of federal, state and local land trust represents a unique opportunity to carry out habitat management to the benefit declining species at risk by offering technical advice and cost sharing to private landowners. This approach has been heralded by an official of the US Fish and Wildlife Service as "the new frontier in conservation."

 Coulter Street marsh choked with phragmites

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