|Subject: Celebration report, upcoming events and legislative update|
|From: "Masino, Susan A." |
|Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2007 09:47:45 -0400|
Over 300 people celebrated the Ethel Walker Woods of
Thank you to the Trust for
Thank you to the leadership and citizens of
Thank you to the many donors, our regional partners in the project and the tireless efforts of many Keep the Woods members.
Thank you to the EWS Trustees and the Campaign Committee of alumnae and former Trustees for their time and money!
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Upcoming Events and Announcements for October:
This Tuesday: Free Watershed education workshop at the
More information at: http://www.frwa.org/events.html#5
Next Tuesday: First ever Park River Watershed Symposium held at Trinity College in Hartford on Tuesday October 9, 2007
from 8am to 5pm. This symposium aims to gather people from
academia, government, business, and the community who are interested in the
past, present, and future of the
More information at http://www.trincoll.edu/prws/
RSVP now for the Sierra Club Annual Dinner
Members and non-members alike! Saturday, October 20th at the beautiful Pequot Museum, Ledyard.
More information at http://www.connecticut.sierraclub.org.
October 29th at the Mill
If possible, RSVP by email to JOHNYONAGY@AOL.COM.
October 20th, annual membership celebration; October 27th, mushrooming and geocaching
More information at: http://www.simsburylandtrust.org/calendar.htm#annmember
Save the Date!
Legislative update – special session:
Water land mining bill REPEALED. This historic move repealed the late night passage of a bill permitting mining in watershed lands. The repeal now resets this project to proceed through the appropriate public process. Read more: http://www.courant.com/news/local/nb/hc-nebrepeal0921.artsep21,0,4571639.story
BONDING package: The
Enjoy the beautful fall weather!
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