Membership Benefits

Join CFPA, Connecticut’s original conservation organization committed to conserving the land, trails and natural resources of our state. Get involved and have fun helping CFPA continue to protect Connecticut, build trails, and provide interesting and valuable information about the state’s dynamic and diverse environment. Be a part of CFPA’s history of success in making Connecticut a more inviting place to live and work, a place where the quality of life is grounded in the quality and care of the land.

 

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Membership Benefits

The primary benefit of membership lies in the knowledge that you personally make a difference to Connecticut conservation by supporting the Association and helping continue its long history of effective advocacy, education, and land and trail conservation work. We offer a variety of membership categories allowing you to support this work at a level that is best for you. We also offer the following additional benefits:

Individual & Family 

  • Voting Privileges at Annual and Special meetings
  • Subscription to our quarterly magazine, Connecticut Woodlands
  • A copy of CFPA’s Annual Environmental Agenda
  • A copy of the Connecticut Trails Day booklet
  • Invitations to programs, meetings, workshops, etc.
  • Special discounts on our Connecticut Walk Book (East and West editions) 

Supporting

  • All of the above
  • A one time, free copy of the Connecticut Walk Book (East or West) for new or upgraded memberships

Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail

Benefactor

  • All of the above
  • A one time, free copy of both volumes of the Connecticut Walk Book (East and West)
  • A one time, free copy of Forest Trees of Southern New England for new or upgraded memberships
  • Periodic invitations to special honorary events

Life

  • All of the above for life
  • Two free one-year individual memberships for family members
  • An additional free copy of the Connecticut Walk Book (East or West)
 

Organizational Membership

We value the membership of businesses and corporations, clubs and other non-profit organizations. Membership in the Association is one way to support our work. Other ways include advertising in our magazine; sponsorship of Trails Day with recognition in our widely-distributed brochure; grants and matching gifts; and financial support of special events. We are pleased to meet with our organizational supporters to identify the best way for you to contribute to the work of CFPA.

Club / Non-Profit

  • Voting privileges at Annual and Special meetings
  • Subscription to our quarterly magazine, Connecticut Woodlands
  • A copy of our Annual Environmental Agenda
  • A copy of the Connecticut Trails Day booklet
  • Invitations to programs, meetings, workshops, etc.
  • Up to five uses of the meeting room on a reservation basis

Sustaining

  • All of the above and six or more uses of the meeting room on a reservation basis
  • A one time, free copy of the Connecticut Walk Book (East or West) for new or upgraded memberships

Landmark

  • All of the above
  • Two complimentary individual memberships

Stewardship

  • All of the above
  • A free display ad in an issue of Connecticut Woodlands

Leadership

  • All of the above
  • A free display ad in four issues of Connecticut Woodlands
  • A one time, free copy of both volumes of the Connecticut Walk Book (East and West)