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State Budget Legislative Update
Public Policy

State Budget Legislative Update

An overview on how Audubon Connecticut's priority issues fared in the fall 2017 state budget agreement

Audubon Connecticut Awarded Program-Sustaining Grants
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Audubon Connecticut Awarded Program-Sustaining Grants

Thanks to these funds, the WildLife Guards and Schoolyard Habitat Programs will continue to flourish in the coming year

Meet Ted Gilman
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Meet Ted Gilman

Senior Naturalist & Environmental Education Specialist, Audubon Greenwich

A Conservation Legacy Lives On
Centers, Sancturies, And Chapters

A Conservation Legacy Lives On

The lifelong dream of Edith Leopold lives on at the Audubon wildlife sanctuary in Hartland, Connecticut

Saving Shorebirds…One Nest at a Time
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Saving Shorebirds…One Nest at a Time

With the help of the next generation of stewards, summer 2017 was a great step forward for shorebird conservation and community enrichment

Growing by Leaps and Bounds
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Growing by Leaps and Bounds

The Schoolyard Habitat program is reaching more students through enhanced outreach and a new online resource

Meet Alfred Green
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Meet Alfred Green

WildLife Guard Crew Leader and Alumni

On the Ground with Audubon Texas After Hurricane Harvey
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On the Ground with Audubon Texas After Hurricane Harvey

A tour of some of the affected islands shows the storm’s impacts, but also the surprising resilience of coastal ecosystems.

Long Island Sound Senate Delegation Introduces Bill to Protect Plum Island from Auction Sale
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Senate Bill Introduced to Protect Plum Island

August 11, 2017—If passed, this bill (sponsored by Senators Blumenthal, Gillibrand, Murphy, and Schumer) would repeal legislation to sell Plum Island

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