Branford Land Trust
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Founded in 1967 the Trust aims to protect Branford's natural resources through:
- Acquiring and managing open space
- Promoting education about our natural resources, and
- Encouraging our community involvement
The Trust owns nearly 775 acres (3.14 km2) in over 130 parcels in Branford, Connecticut, U.S., on the shore of Long Island Sound, just east of New Haven. It has worked for the acquisition of several large publicly owned tracts, including the Short Beach Preserve, a 40-acre (160,000 m2) parcel of land with rugged rock outcroppings, tall oaks, beeches, groves of mountain laurel, wetlands and a bluff offering views of Talmadge Pond and Long Island Sound.
In 2002, the Land Trust was awarded the Branford Chamber of Commerce Community Advancement Award which "recognizes the sustained efforts of an individual organization or company for their efforts towards helping to make Branford a better place to work and live."
- "Red Hill Woods Joins the Branford Land Trust". Branford Eagle. June 14, 2016. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
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