Instead of an environmental dream team, the incoming cabinet picks are shaping up to be a nightmare squad that could have devastating and long-term effects for our region, including damage to air quality, funding to protect Long Island Sound, and protections for healthy drinking water. And the bench just keeps getting deeper and deeper with …
A traveling display put on by the founders of the Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition shows why East Lyme’s Oswegatchie Hills and the Niantic River need to be protected and preserved.
Part 2 of a two-part series on Plum Island by John Turner of the Preserve Plum Island Coalition. Here’s part 1.
CFE/Save the Sound Board members Barbara David and Sara Bronin hosted a gathering at the Town and County Club in Hartford to build connections among concerned residents and environmental advocates opposing a pipeline route through watershed lands.
CFE is co-launching Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition with local grassroots groups Save the River-Save the Hills and the Friends of Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve to protect a fragile coastal forest in East Lyme.
It takes a village to protect the wild places that make Connecticut and Long Island Sound special. We’re grateful for our partners.
Organizations praise zoning commission’s inclusion of conditions to prevent environmental harm