New Publications and Links
The Habitat -- Fall 2014
- 2014 CACIWC Conference Workshops
- Journey to the Legal Horizon—Workshop Preview
- Future of Wildlife Conservation
- Prohibiting Lawn-Care Pesticides
- CTLCV Legislator Score Card
- Revising Connecticut’s Green Plan
- Meadows & Community Landscapes
The Habitat -- Summer 2014
- Journey to the Legal Horizon—Wetland Exemptions
- Old Mine Wins Award Design
- Model Conservation Easement CLCC Workshops
- 2014 Environmental Legislation Review
- Wetland DVD Wins Telly Award
- Amy Paterson Receives Award
- CT ERT Seeks Team Members
Stream Temperature Monitoring Website
If you plan to conduct stream temperature monitoring you must be check for quailty control measures.
Contact Meghan Rute, CT DEEP, P: 860.424.3061 , E: email@example.com
Now accepting applications to form a New RBV Group
DEEP is currently accepting RBV training requests for groups interested in a new River Bioassessment by Volunteers (RBV) program in their area during the fall 2014 monitoring season. If you are considering doing so, please contact Meghan Rute, CT DEEP, P: 860.424.3061 , E: firstname.lastname@example.org. All new groups are required to have at least one representative attend new group training.
Planning for Agriculture:
A Guide for Connecticut Municipalities
American Farmland Trust and Connecticut Conference of Municipalities are pleased to announce the release of the updated Planning for Agriculture: A Guide for Connecticut Municipalities. The 63-page guide is a tool to assist town boards, local elected officials and citizen advocates in finding ways to support local farms and farm businesses and to retain and protect farmland. An electronic version of the guide is available online at: www.farmland.org/connecticut OR www.ct.gov/doag
Your Environmental Toolkit for Properly Assessing Development Proposals
CACIWC is pleased to provide Conservation Commissions with a new environmental toolkit pamphlet to help commissioners properly assess development proposals that may come before their town. Click here to download pamphlet.
Historical find in Haddam
Yellow groove running bamboo has naturalized by rhizomes washing downstream. Naturalized colony documented on 7-28-2013 in Pine Brook Preserve - Haddam, CT.