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Connecticut Woodlands

Since 1936, the Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA) has published Connecticut Woodlands. This well-respected quarterly print magazine is a benefit currently reserved for members and supporters of CFPA. Pictured are the covers of various issues of Connecticut Woodlands.  

If you would like to read through previously published editions of Connecticut Woodlands to get a flavor of this terrific magazine, take a look at our "page-turner" versions (starting with Winter 2018) or  download older issues from our archive in PDF format. If you like what you read (and if you haven't already found a way to support CFPA), please take a moment to join CFPA, or make a donation to support our ongoing conservation work.

Each issue of Connecticut Woodlands is full of stories written by a diverse and continually changing group of authors. If you have ideas for new stories, want to comment on something you've read, or if you would like to contribute your own stories, photos, etc., please contact the Editor of Connecticut Woodlands, Timothy Brown, via tbrown@ctwoodlands.org

In this issue - From the Statehouse, a few thoughts from Eric Lukingbeal as he steps down as Board president, honoring the legacy of Connecticut's CCC, a frozen photo essay, birds on the brink, and much more!
In this issue - CFPA at the Statehouse, Old Growth Forests, Letterboxing, Ragged Mountain, controlled burns, and a Glacial Park. All this and more.
In this issue - CFPA leads with Values, adventures in butterfly farming, reviving a lost tree species, CT Trails Day 2019, nature's healing, foraging, and nature in the classroom. All this and more.
In this issue: From the Statehouse - Change is Constant, Happy 90th Birthday BBHT, hiking with family (kids!), new NET Artist in Residence, copperhead snakes, fresh spring herbs, and dealing with gypsy moth tree kill ... all this and more.
In this issue: From the Statehouse -Question 2 Success, Conserving a Woodland Preserve, Winter Backpacking, a unique Goodwin Education program, climate change and Connecticut’s hibernators, and locally grown Christmas trees ... all this and more.
In this issue: Vote YES to protect public land, Monk Parakeets, Sleeping Giant, Cider, an interview with Deep Commissioner Robert Klee, and hiking with your Tailed One... all this and more.