This story has a serendipitous beginning, storybook ending, and positive outlook for producing future chapters rich in adventure. It began last year during Connecticut Trails
Groton group, Pfizer volunteers plant greenway By Lee Howard Publication: The Day Published October 03. 2014
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July 15, 2014 Does a fen habitat interest you? Orchids, sundews, lilies, woodwardias and a few Atlantic white cedars? For a field trip on
Women Inspiring Conservation in Connecticut award winners recognized for their work in agriculture, conservation
Written by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and published on June 21, 2014 in the Hamlet Hub Tolland, CT –The spotlight was on 12 remarkable women
The Eel Deal: Recounting the Saga of the Sheep Farm Eel While Exploring the Mystery of the Eel’s Life History
By Syma A. Ebbin First published on March 31 in GOSA News, Spring 2014 edition Have you been to the Sheep Farm? It is one of GOSA’s
This is an update on the back-field habitat restoration work party Jim organized Sunday, May 11th, at CR. At first glance this back-field site appeared
Published April 24, 2014 Click here to read an article about the scenic road that bypasses Avery Farm.
Article published Mar 22, 2014 by Steve Fagin, The Day Stroll out to Bluff Point in Groton, one of Connecticut’s most spectacular shoreline treasures – at 800
Published in The Day on Feb. 22, 2014 While running with my old pal Johnny Kelley of Mystic years ago we loped toward Ledyard, where pavement