Why not celebrate 12 Days of Kindness to the Earth? A little bit of gift giving, a little bit of lifestyle changing…and as always, keeping local in mind. So pick any day to start, and remember, those twelve days can extend right into the New Year. Let it be joyful!
Winter is lagging on, and we’re all spending more time indoors. If you’re feeling the cold and the pinch, it might be a good time to get more energy efficient. For a limited time, Home Energy Solutions from Energize CT is offering energy audits at no cost for eligible customers. Saving energy is the easiestContinue reading “Got the shivers?”
The Connecticut Land Conservation Council (CLCC) advocates for land conservation, stewardship and funding, and works to ensure the long-term strength and viability of the land conservation community in Connecticut.
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Earthday 2017. Washington Mall: Jane Hirshfield, poet and founder of Poets for Science, read this poem during the March for Science, in protest of the government’s stifling of Scientific information.
Connecticut Forest & Park Association is celebrating its 125th anniversary and is the oldest non-profit conservation organization established in Connecticut
Spring is an important time for Nature; a time of birth and renewal. We too, want to share in this rebirth and seek the healing that Nature can bring, with people going out in droves to explore state parks and private land trusts. Unfortunately many are bringing their dogs, and unleashing them. During Fairfield Earthday’s Webinar on the Legislative Session Lori Brown of Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) asked for people to leave their dogs at home in order to protect nesting birds and other species.
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we need to recommit to the spirit and energy of the original Earth Day as we fight to protect the planet and each other from the environmental crises we are facing today.
We hope on Friday you go out and hug a tree. Once you find that perfect tree, hold on tight and don’t let go!
The Interreligious Eco-Justice Network is a non-profit organization that works to inspire and empower religious communities in Connecticut to be faithful stewards of the planet