- Starting in January, 2018, Connecticut Residents will get into State Parks without a parking fee, and Parks and Campgrounds will stay open thanks to the “Passport to the Parks.”
- In the 2018-19 Budget, the Council on Environmental Quality survived and cuts to the Community Investment Act were relatively small.
- The Friends of Auerfarm Scenic Reserve was launched under CFPA's fiscal sponsorship, and CLCC became its own 501(c)3 organization.
- 100 acres in Tolland were protected thanks to the generous forethought of Lois Barlow Cox Query.
- 100 acre forest in Woodstock protected at the end of 2016 thanks to the generosity of John Hibbard.
- An Eagle Scout provided new signage and bog bridges at the Whitney Forest in Lebanon.
- CFPA’s Summer Trail Crew internship was launched.
- Major improvements at Chauncey Peak were completed.
- The 20th Edition of the Connecticut Walk Book was published.
- CT Trails Day was the biggest celebration in the nation … again.
- Cool Haibun Story Map produced with New England Trail’s Poet in Residence.
- Another Coverts Project Seminar taught landowners about forest management.
- More Master Naturalists were trained at Goodwin Forest Conservation Center.
- Author and ecologist Tom Wessels led a fascinating walk through Highlawn Forest.
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