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Connecticut Audubon’s Education Director named to Senator Murphy’s advisory council

April 30, 2018 – Michelle Eckman, the Connecticut Audubon Society’s director of education and interim director of the Center at Glastonbury, has been selected by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy for a citizens’ advisory panel on conservation. As a member of the new Land Conservation in Connecticut Council, Eckman will meet with Murphy quarterly in Hartford […]

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Grant will expand Schoolyard Science in Nature to Meriden middle schools

$15,000 grant will fund bioswales, reducing river pollution and forming “living classrooms” April 30, 2018 – Meriden sixth graders will design and study pollution-filtering gardens that reduce harmful runoff into the Quinnipiac River right in their own schoolyards, thanks to a $15,000 grant that will bring a Connecticut Audubon Society program to new two schools […]

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Connecticut Audubon founder remembered in New York museum show as conservation pioneer

April 16, 2018 – A fascinating new exhibition at the New-York Historical Society on the passage of a landmark conservation law features items from Connecticut Audubon Society’s Birdcraft Museum collection related to its founder, Mabel Osgood Wright.

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