Projects & Programs
The Lower Connecticut River and Coastal Region Land Trust Exchange (LTE) is coordinated by the Connecticut River Estuary Regional Planning Agency (CRERPA) and supported by CRERPA, Eastern Connecticut RC&D, and the ERT. he LTE, an informal collaboration, was formed to help promote and conserve a region whose cohesion (forest, River, and Sound) is held together by the final reaches of the Connecticut River as it flows from the northern borders of Haddam and East Haddam to its culmination into Long Island Sound, between the towns of Old Saybrook and Old Lyme. Its natural beauty and resources as well as its cultural and historic landscape have been acclaimed at the state, national, and global scale.
Floating Workshop: The Eastern CT Resource Conservation and Development Area was a co sponsor of the 10th Annual Thames River Basin Partnership's Floating Workshop. This event was attended by 42 people. A summary of the workshop and the materials presented at it can be found at the Thames River Basin website. This includes a link to short slide show of the event. A Poquetanuck Cove, Canoe and Kayak trail map was developed as part of the workshop.
Working Lands Alliance Conference: Gold Sponsor - Eastern Connecticut Resource Conservation & Development Area, Inc. Visit Working Lands Alliance website.
Celebrating Agriculture : Silver Sponsor - Eastern Connecticut Resource Conservation & Development Area, Inc. Visit Celebrating Agriculture website for more information.
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