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Congratulations to all of our Partners that will be receiving funding for their Environmental Projects through the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut.
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Tonight! Join us for Connecticut Audubon at Pomfret Migration Madness Birdathon event. Family Night - Picnic & Free Concert
Friday, May 13, 6 - 10 p.m.
Bring a picnic supper, spread out on the lawn, check out the live birds of prey from Horizon Wings and opossums from Ferncroft Wildlife Refuge, enjoy the live music by the band Nine6teen and dance as the sun sets.
Call for Registration 860 928 4948
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Rescheduled eventJoin us Thursday, May 19th, 2022 at 1:00 PM at the Thompson Public Library to hear a presentation about Black Bears in Connecticut.

The Town of Thompson Recreation Department and The New Roxbury Land Trust, Inc. are jointly hosting a presentation on Black Bears and their position in the Connecticut environment. The speaker will be Paul Colburn, a certified Master Wildlife Conservationist.

Paul will speak about the history of Black Bears in Connecticut, their diet, habits and habitat, and will present some practical recommendations on how we can coexist in relative peace.
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Timeline photosCommunity collaborations in urban agriculture are receiving support through a partnership between the United States Botanic Garden (USBG) and the American Public Gardens Association (Association). Under the third year of the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program, 24 urban agriculture collaborations between public gardens and community partners across 19 states are receiving $440,800, the largest amount awarded through the program to date.

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#GoPublicGardens #IntheNews #USBotanicalGarden #UrbanAgriculture #Resilience #Program #Partnership #SupportYourLocalGarden #GardensRule
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