This is the eighth and final installment in our “A Time to Be Grateful” series. See all the posts here. The Sound is crying for New Year Action As you make your New Year’s resolutions, there are many ways you can help Long Island Sound. And for that, we are grateful. 2016 New Year’s Resolutions for …
We are so grateful for you, our CFE and Save the Sound members, for caring about Connecticut’s land, air and water, and Long Island Sound…and for being part of our team!
We’re grateful for the next generation of Long Island Sound stewards. Encouraging young people to care about Long Island Sound is an important part of our mission. Luckily our region is blessed with lots of students who are smart, love science, and are dedicated to environmental advocacy. We get excited anytime STEM (the academic disciplines …
It takes a village to protect the wild places that make Connecticut and Long Island Sound special. We’re grateful for our partners.
He didn’t know it at the time, but in 2011, Rob Vasiluth’s daughter would observe a fish that was to become her father’s passion.
From planting native grasses to walking the banks of urban streams, our Green Projects team counts on volunteers to get the job done.
We have been reflecting on the many aspects of our work, the people involved, and the environmental movement as a whole for which we’re grateful. From the volunteers who get their hands dirty to our interns working behind-the-scenes to supporters like you who make our work possible, we’re beyond grateful to all of you!
CFE Staffer Sarah Ganong reflects on the long fight—and recent victory—around the Keystone XL Pipeline, and what it means for the climate change movement. This is the first in a series of posts about gratitude.
From Thanksgiving through New Year’s, we at CFE/Save the Sound are reflecting on the many aspects of our work, the people involved, and the environmental movement as a whole for which we’re grateful.