Sep
25
cinder + salt Trail-Cleanup at Wadsworth Falls State Park
Join cinder + salt and The Rockfall Foundation for a trail clean-up at Wadsworth Falls State Park. S...
Oct
16
Repair Café
Bring in your broken and worn-out personal, household, and office items for free repairs and refresh...

September 2021 Updates

We invite you to attend our upcoming Meet Your Greens, Repair Cafe, and trail clean-up with cinder + salt, apply for a 2022 Environmental Grant Award, read our latest guest blog from Geo SubSea, and to check out some recent social media content.

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.

September 2021 E-News

We invite you to apply for a 2022 Environmental Grant Award and attend an upcoming Meet Your Greens, volunteer for our upcoming Repair Cafe and trail clean-up with cinder + salt, and to read our latest Off the Beaten Path blog on the Nayantaquit Trail and our September Nature Calendar.

Off the Beaten Path: Nayantaquit Trail

Nestled in the Nehantic State Forest in Lyme, the Nayantaquit Trail meanders through a dense, hardwood forest and allows hikers to experience rocky ups and downs, thriving flora, and rock formations.

August 2021 Updates

We announce our 2022 Environmental Grant Awards, share pictures & video from our benefit concert with Plywood Cowboy, highlight a 2021 grantee, invite you to our Trail Clean-up with cinder + salt and to read our August Nature Calendar, and share some local events.

September 2021 Updates

We invite you to attend our upcoming Meet Your Greens, Repair Cafe, and trail clean-up with cinder + salt, apply for a 2022 Environmental Grant Award, read our latest guest blog from Geo SubSea, and to check out some recent social media content.

September 2021 E-News

We invite you to apply for a 2022 Environmental Grant Award and attend an upcoming Meet Your Greens, volunteer for our upcoming Repair Cafe and trail clean-up with cinder + salt, and to read our latest Off the Beaten Path blog on the Nayantaquit Trail and our September Nature Calendar.

August 2021 Updates

We announce our 2022 Environmental Grant Awards, share pictures & video from our benefit concert with Plywood Cowboy, highlight a 2021 grantee, invite you to our Trail Clean-up with cinder + salt and to read our August Nature Calendar, and share some local events.

Sep
25
cinder + salt Trail-Cleanup at Wadsworth Falls State Park
Join cinder + salt and The Rockfall Foundation for a trail clean-up at Wadsworth Falls State Park. S...
Oct
16
Repair Café
Bring in your broken and worn-out personal, household, and office items for free repairs and refresh...

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.

Off the Beaten Path: Nayantaquit Trail

Nestled in the Nehantic State Forest in Lyme, the Nayantaquit Trail meanders through a dense, hardwood forest and allows hikers to experience rocky ups and downs, thriving flora, and rock formations.

Nix Your Knotweed – Patience & Persistence Pay Off

Knotweed is the most talked-about invasive plant in Connecticut, growing on river banks, along roadsides, and in other disturbed soils. Join guest blogger Suzanne Thompson as she shares her journey with Nix The Knotweed and her quest to allow native plants to thrive.

A Greener Lawn for the deKoven House

Do you use pesticides & fertilizer to keep your lawn green? There are other gardening models you can adopt to make your lawn healthier and a friendly environment for pollinators.

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