Rock to Rock is New Haven's biggest Earth Day celebration. Audubon Connecticut is one of 20+ partner organizations helping make the event happen and bringing high-impact environmental work to New Haven through our Schoolyard Habitat and Urban Oases Programs. Join the celebration and help make a difference!
Be a part of our bike-riding team and help us raise money for our Bird-friendly Communities work in New Haven! By participating in Rock to Rock, you and about a thousand other bike riders will travel from West Rock to East Rock, and take part in celebrations on both sides of the city. Along the way, eat tasty food, hear great music, take on environmental service projects, and explore New Haven's parks and neighborhoods.
To learn more about Rock to Rock and/or to join our team, email Katie Blake, Bird-friendly Communities Manager for Audubon Connecticut, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How is Audubon Connecticut creating a bird-friendly New Haven? As a partner of the Urban Wildlife Refuge (a new type of refuge partnership that forges connections between the National Wildlife Refuge System, natural resources conservation, and urban communities), Audubon Connecticut is turning parks, schoolyards, and backyards in New Haven into oases for migrating birds; connecting people and nature through community outreach and the Schoolyard Habitat Program (a partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service); restoring open spaces and increasing habitat connectivity across the city; and inspiring the next generation of conservation leaders.