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Installation of an on-farm manure storage facility

Successful Partnership Improves Quality of Water in Connecticut’s Quiet Corner

Two women wearing masks working at the checkout of the Woodstock Creamery store during the pandemic. Feeding Our Nation: The Critical Work of Farmers and Ranchers During the Pandemic
Chickens sitting on a ledge at Farming 101 Farm Farming 101 Farm: Growing New Roots
Close-up of black and white cow. Oakridge Dairy: Soil Health Champions
John Wolchesky stands near the rock inscribed with the family farm name. Pomfret Farmer Pieces Family Farm Together; Then Protects It
Scenic view of the fields at Gunther Farm Vernon Folks Protect Family Roots
Color farm sign for Phoenix Farm

Connecticut Farm Reinvented, and Now Protected


Farmers Brenda Sullivan (left) and Gordon Bednarz (right). Two Small Growers Form Unusual Partnership
Photo of scenic Mountain Dairy Farm field. Stearns Family Reaches Goal to Preserve Farm
Group of people stand near a map showing the conservation easement area on Leone Farm. Lebanon Family Ensures Father's Legacy by Conserving His Farm
Scenic Farnham Farm 300-Year-Old Family Farm Preserved in Morris
Red barn sits on the Wayland Farm property, in Lebanon. Lebanon Farmer Ensures the Future of His Corner of the World
Sunny day overlooking the field on the farm. New England's Largest Continuously Worked Farm is Now Preserved Forever
Horses in a field Lebanon Farm Preserved Through New Easement Program 
  Iconic Bethany Farm Preserved
  Portland Farmer Preserves Land for the Future 
  Peck and Callahan Preserves: A Home for the New England Cottontail
One brown turkey in the middle of a flock of white turkeys What Most People Don't Realize Is Behind Thanksgiving Dinner
Many brightly colored poinsettia plants growing in a greenhouse. The Poinsettia: In the Shadow of the Christmas Tree
  Small Farms Reaping Benefits of Seasonal High Tunnels
  Growing on Common Ground
  CowPots - The Invention of Necessity
  Connecticut Grower Installs Energy-Efficient Double-Thermal Screen

Assessing Soil Carbon Across Southern New England and New York

  Conservation Innovation Grant Project Completed
The water moves now following the removal of Pond Lily Dam from the West River in New Haven. Water Once Again Flows Freely in West Haven
  Another Easement; Another Protected Farm
  North Canaan Farmer Preserves Land for Family and Future
A brown New England Cottontail bunny standing in the grass close by greenery for cover. New England's Only Native Bunnies Feeling a Bit Safer These Days
  Small Urban Farmer Making a BIG Difference Gets Preserved