Avalonia Land Conservancy receives coastal resiliency grant

Avalonia Land Conservancy receives coastal resiliency grant



Chuck Toal, left, director of development and programs of Avalonia Land Conservancy shakes hands with Rob Klee, commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, shorlty after it was announced that the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Long Island Sound Future’s Fund awarded a $55,000 grant to the conservancy. The grant will be used to develop and implement a coastal resilience management plan designed specifically for their Dodge Paddock/Beal Preserve in Stonington.  Juliana Barrett, associate extension educator at Connecticut Sea Grant, will partner with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to oversee the development and implementation of this important project.

 


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