Private Landowners Hosting Blue Trails -- A Strength and A Challenge

By Lindsay Michel

We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to the many private landowners (individuals, land trusts, and corporations) who host about 40% of the length of the trails (~330 miles out of 825 total). As you might imagine, the fact that most of these trails have no form of permanent protection is also our greatest challenge in keeping the best trail corridors connected forever. Each time these private lands change hands (from one generation to the next, or to another owner), we work to ensure the new landowners share the current commitment to trails for public enjoyment.

Witness Trees, Fossil Pollen, and Other Insights

How Connecticut’s forests have changed from colonial to modern times

By  Edward K. Faison

An Exciting Legacy for Exciting Lives

By James Little

The Van ZandtsHow does one provide for retirement, benefit children and/or grandchildren, provide for the organizations they value, and save taxes? These are legacy issues faced by many people, and were challenges that Sidney and her husband Sandy Van Zandt wrestled with and resolved.

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