Information about Connecticut's natural environment as well as scientific activities and organizations specific to the state.
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Information from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection includes greenhouse gas inventory, state action plan, initiatives, programs, news and events.
Connecticut Audubon EcoTravel
Information on day and overnight trips for birdwatching and other naturalist pursuits, in Connecticut and worldwide.
Connecticut Butterfly Association
Promotes the awareness and appreciation of butterflies and moths. Field trips, programs, checklist, species accounts, and field notes.
Connecticut Butterfly Atlas Project
Project in which statewide participants identify species of butterflies. Sponsored by the State Geological and Natural History Survey of the CT DEP, the Connecticut Butterfly Association and the Connecticut Entomological Society.
The Connecticut Envirothon
Problem solving, natural resource education program for high school students which culminates in field competition.
Connecticut Forest & Park Association
Conservation and education organization shares its mission, programs, news and education programs.
Connecticut Natural Disasters and Weather Extremes
Historical natural disasters and weather extremes information, including earthquakes, volcanos, tornados, and other extreme natural events.
Degree Confluence Project
Contains photographs of the intersections of integer latitude and longitude degree lines for Connecticut project sites.
Geology of Connecticut
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute presents a general introduction to the topic, intended for use in an 8th or 9th grade science classroom.
Home and Garden Education Center
Educational outreach programs for the citizens of the state, including home horticulture, soil testing, lead poisoning, indoor air quality, septic system management and entomology.
The Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments
Provides services areas of land use, transportation, and conservation to the towns of Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Killingworth, Lyme, Middlefield, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Portland and Westbrook.
USGS Minerals Information for Connecticut
Provides Minerals Yearbook from 1994 forward, plus map of principal mineral-producing localities report in PDF format.
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