Advocacy

Every year since 1897, CFPA has worked with legislative and community leaders at the Municipal, State and Federal government levels to establish and protect strong conservation laws for Connecticut.

CFPA is only successful when you get involved by learning about issues and making contact with your legislators.

If you would like to become part of CFPA’s Conservation Advocacy Team, sign-up for Advocacy E-Alerts and/or contact CFPA's Executive Director, Eric Hammerling, via 860/346-TREE or ehammerling@ctwoodlands.org.