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CFPA's 2021 Conservation Priorities and Agenda

The 2021 Connecticut General Assembly convened on January 6th and the Capitol is likely to be closed to the public for much of this session. Under these, or any, conditions, it helps to have clearly defined conservation priorities and goals in place early.

This year, CFPA is providing its conservation priorities at two levels of specificity:

CFPA's Conservation Priorities (which lists all of CFPA's conservation priorities at the State and Federal levels); and

CFPA's 2021 Conservation Agenda (which presents CFPA's top three priorities for the 2021 session).

If you are interested in learning more about CFPA's conservation priorities or would like to get involved, contact Executive Director Eric Hammerling at ehammerling@ctwoodlands.org.