LEARN: What is the Long Island Sound Blue Plan?


What is the Long Island Sound Blue Plan? Find out at the Branford Land Trust’s February Lecture to be held on Wednesday, February 22, 7 p.m. at the Blackstone Memorial Library in Branford. Nathan Frohling, Director of the CT Coastal and Marine Initiatives at The Nature Conservancy, and Brian Thompson, Director, Land and Water Resources Division at CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, will discuss the Long Island Sound Blue Plan, a new State and stakeholder initiative to better guide future uses of the Sound. The Blue Plan is intended to protect the Sound’s natural resources and its traditional human uses such as boating, fishing, recreation and maritime commerce. Come learn about the Blue Plan process, watch a short documentary film, Ocean Frontiers II, and join the conversation about what the Plan will accomplish.

Visit www.branfordlandtrust.org for details on additional dates and speakers in the Winter/Spring Lecture Series presented by the Branford Land Trust. All are free to the public.

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