Stuck indoors with the kiddos? Get outside every day with CFPA's Tree School!
CFPA 's Tree School is a FREE online program for families who have children in grades Pre-K through 5. Receive a daily email with fun outdoor activities!
“Social distancing” is a prudent way to avoid the spread of a virus, but “social isolation” indoors is a recipe for depression and anxiety, and the best antidote can be a walk in the woods on a Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail.
CFPA's Executive Director is facilitating public meetings on Forests and Climate Change that are taking place between January - June, 2020. If you would like to be "in the room where it happens," you can join remotely.
Forests sequester 90% of the carbon that is absorbed by plants, soils, and other land-based sources. Decisions made today about Connecticut’s forests will have important implications for how we can combat climate change.
In this issue - Celebrating 125 years of conservation, women in the outdoors, kayaking in the Farmington River’s Tarriffville Gorge, and Connecticut's rarest turtle, plus "From the Statehouse" and more!