Be Part of a Winning Team!
UCONN Natural Resources Conservation Academy
Conservation Training Partnerships

Did you have the chance at the 2018 Connecticut Land Conservation Conference to meet the students and see the projects and posters coming out of UCONN’s Natural Resources Conservation Academy (NRCA) program? Wow! 

These teams of students and adults were participants of the NRCA Conservation Training Partnerships (CTP) and we were just thrilled that they spent the day with us to share all that they accomplished together.

If a member of your land trust, conservation commission, or other community volunteer is interested in working with high school students as part of the CTP, there is still time to learn more and sign-up!

CTP is a great way to inspire the next generation of conservationists and benefit your community by working together to address local environmental issues.

And it’s free! ... How’s that for an opportunity to make a difference?

Best,
Amy
Amy Blaymore Paterson, Executive Director
About CTP
CTP partners  teens  (rising 9th-12th graders) and  adult conservation volunteers , and supports the team in carrying out a conservation-based community project. The team participates in an  interactive 2-day field workshop , and applies conservation and innovative  mapping and web tools  in field activities. The team then designs and carries out a  conservation project  of any intensity and implements it in their town.
More Information
Find a 2018 Workshop Near You

New Fairfield (Great Hollow Preserve & Field Station): July 25-26

Hartford (Two Rivers Middle School): July 30-31

Kent (South Kent School): September TBD

Questions? Contact Laura:
860-486-4917
laura.cisneros@uconn.edu
Photos courtesy of UCONN-NRCA and Gordon Paterson
CLCC
Connecticut Land Conservation Council
16 Meriden Road
Rockfall, CT 06481
860-614-8537

The Connecticut Land Conservation Council works in partnership with land trusts throughout the state to advocate for land conservation, stewardship and funding to ensure the long term strength and viability of the land conservation community.