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CFPA's Policy Agenda for 2019

CT State Capitol

2018 was an exciting policy year with the first full calendar year of the Passport to Parks, $3 million in bonding for recreational trails & greenways grants, and of course, the passage of Question #2 at the polls in November to add important protections for public lands to the state constitution. Of course, the next question is "what's next?"

CFPA's Conservation Agenda for 2019 includes recommendations for the CT General Assembly and U.S. Congress to protect forests, parks, trails, and open spaces for future generations in Connecticut.

If you have any questions about items on the agenda, or would like to get further involved as an advocate, contact CFPA Executive Director Eric Hammerling and/or sign-up to be on CFPA's email list for advocacy and other alerts.

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