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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

Read about how to create a backyard forest, the connection between nature and health, native thistles, and much more in the newest issue of Connecticut Woodlands!
Read about ultrarunners on the NET, CFPA's partnership with Earth Forward Group for girls in Liberia, the New England Cottontail, and much more in the newest issue of Connecticut Woodlands!
Read about light pollution in Connecticut, our interview with New Haven-based artist Zoe Matthiessen, winter tracking, and much more in the newest issue of Connecticut Woodlands!
Connecticut Woodlands, Fall 2021
Read about an inspirational father-son team, managing the Mattatuck Trail, conservation heroes protecting public access to trails, and more in the newest issue of Connecticut Woodlands!
Connecticut Woodlands, Summer 2021
Read about the healing power of nature, CT's Indigenous trails, active transportation, and more in the newest issue of Connecticut Woodlands!
Connecticut Woodlands, Spring 2021
In this issue - Learning to Live with Bears, Youth on Fire, Death, Decay, and Spectacular Beetles, and Seeing the Forest for the Trees. All this and much more!