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The Clinton Land Conservation Trust sponsors

Dr. Alan Poole, author of the newly released "Ospreys: The Revival of a Global Raptor".  

His talk will be part travelogue, part biography and part scientific detective story.
 

Henry Carter Hull Library

October 21, at 7:00pm

Clinton, CT

Light Refreshments will be served

Greetings,
     Another year has gone by and it is again time for the Clinton Land Conservation Trust Annual Meeting. We have a very interesting speaker this year, Dr. Allen Poole who is an expert on Ospreys. His talk will be part travelogue, part biography and part scientific detective story. This should be a very exciting presentation.
     The meeting will be at The Henry Carter Hull Library and will begin at 7:00pm. There will be a short business meeting before the talk and, as always, refreshments will be served. Looking forward to seeing our volunteers there. Thanks for all of your help over the years.
                     
 
 
Clinton Land Conservation Trust
Protecting your natural resources
Alice and David Crosby Scholarship 2019
We are proud to announce our 2019 Scholarship winner Rachel Flanagan 

Photo: left to right: Michael Houde, CLCT President and Rachel Flanagan 2019 Winner

The Alice and David Crosby Environmental Scholarship was established in 1997 in memory of Alice C. Crosby, and subsequently her husband David. Alice and David were members of the Clinton Land Conservation Trust in its early days, and remained active in its programs and projects throughout their lives. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded each year to a Clinton graduating senior planning to pursue an education in a field related to the study of or preservation of the environment. This year CLCT proudly awards the scholarship to Rachel Flanagan, a 2019 Morgan graduate, who will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute majoring in Civil Engineering with a focus in Urban Development and Environmental Sustainability.  In Rachel’s application she states, “As a child, I always knew I wanted a job that would allow me to have a positive impact on the environment”.  We at CLCT are sure you will do just that. Congratulations Rachel!

Ecology Camp 2019 

The hope each year is that through this experience, children will become stewards of the environment – always helping to educate and preserve the animals and plants that make up our local habitats. 

2019 marked 13 years of Ecology Camp!  Clinton Park and Recreation and the Clinton Land Conservation Trust has co-sponsored this camp since its inception. 62 campers and 12 counselors enjoyed spending time exploring different habitats in Clinton. Whether it was a sand bar or salt marsh at the Town Beach, or a wooded trail or vernal pool at Indian River complex, the campers were able to identify, compare & contrast different animals and plants. They learned about their special adaptations and how they survive in their unique habitats.  Campers also performed environmental skits all with the theme of protecting our Earth.

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