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December E-News

Find out where you can bring your wrapping paper and gift waste to recycle, Participate in the Stop&Shop Community Bag Program and more! See what the Rockfall Foundation has going on in December in our latest e-news.

November E-News

Take a walk with us at Hammonasset Beach State Park for a Migration Bird Walk and more! See what the Rockfall Foundation has going on in November in our latest e-news.

My Favorite Invasives in the Rockfall Forest

First off, we are quite literally and figuratively over our heads. Removing invasive plants from the Rockfall Forest is definitely a very big job. Ironically, most of these plants were introduced by people, at least initially.

October E-News

Kick some leaves in October! Find out what the Rockfall Foundation has going on this month in our latest e-news.

Announcing Our 2022 Environmental Champions

The Rockfall Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2022 Environmental Champion Awards.

December E-News

Find out where you can bring your wrapping paper and gift waste to recycle, Participate in the Stop&Shop Community Bag Program and more! See what the Rockfall Foundation has going on in December in our latest e-news.

November E-News

Take a walk with us at Hammonasset Beach State Park for a Migration Bird Walk and more! See what the Rockfall Foundation has going on in November in our latest e-news.

October E-News

Kick some leaves in October! Find out what the Rockfall Foundation has going on this month in our latest e-news.

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My Favorite Invasives in the Rockfall Forest

First off, we are quite literally and figuratively over our heads. Removing invasive plants from the Rockfall Forest is definitely a very big job. Ironically, most of these plants were introduced by people, at least initially.

Geo SubSea Part 4: Protected Species Monitoring and Mitigation for Offshore Marine Activities

Learn about efforts to help prevent harassment or injury to marine animals during activities associated with offshore wind development.

Off the Beaten Path: Banningwood Preserve

Looking for a great family hike? Just north of Hadlyme Four Corners is Banningwood Preserve, a 102-acre parcel of woodlands owned and maintained by the Lyme Land Trust.

Geo SubSea Part 3: The Aunt Polly at Gillette Castle State Park

Take a trip to Gillette Castle State Park and see the remains of the Aunt Polly, a Connecticut archaeological preserve.

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