Here are some resources that are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of this area:
CT Farmland Trust
The state’s “only private statewide conservation organization dedicated solely to permanently protecting Connecticut’s farmland.”
The Working Lands Alliance
The influential coalition involved in saving Connecticut’s farmland.
Aspetuck Land Trust
Our sister organization which has done so much to preserve Easton’s natural treasures.
CT Department of Environmental Protection
An invaluable resource for information on everything from regulations, laws and permits to recreation.
Easton’s Town Web Site
Particularly content-rich; also good for event and meeting schedules.
CT Fund for the Environment
The state’s leading environmental advocacy group, while its website is particularly good in spotlighting areas of concern that are both local and statewide.
CT Forest & Park Association
The state’s oldest hiking organization, established 1929, and overseer of the famed Blue Trail system, which now has links in Easton and Redding.
The Nature Conservancy, CT Page
Links to field trips and government regulations.
The American Farmland Trust
This PDF document from the American Farmland Trust is a rich resource that explores various options in preserving farmland.