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Over more than 20 years, Praxair, Inc. has provided nearly $900,000 to support The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut, and around the world.
With the goal of restoring the natural benefits of Falls River in Essex, The Nature Conservancy and DEEP have started work on a fish-passable channel on the Tiley-Pratt Dam.
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The Conservancy and volunteers are restoring the graceful American elm to its place in these rare riverside forests.
A Fishway on Falls River—part of the Connecticut River system--will benefit such migratory fish as alewife and blueback herring.
Life and conservation blend naturally at Sunny Valley Preserve.
A community comes together to clean up Pleasure Beach, a barrier island that protects Bridgeport, Connecticut, and other coastal communities.
- September 06, 2015
- It’s ‘busy season’ for dam removals in southeastern Connecticut
- September 07, 2015
- Nitrogen’s threat to the Sound
- September 05, 2015
- SOS: Sound in distress
- August 25, 2015
- Public input begins on New England’s Conte Refuge conservation
- July 31, 2015
- As planned sale of Plum Island generates interest, livestock disease research continues
- July 29, 2015
- How Weather Patterns Are Shaping The Future Of CT's Coastal Rail Line
- July 16, 2015
- Climate Change Poses Risks For Amtrak's Already Vulnerable Eastern Connecticut Rail Line
- July 15, 2015
- Climate Change Threatens Connecticut's Vital Shoreline Rail
- July 01, 2015
- Murphy Pushes Bill To Fund Long Island Sound Preservation