FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 10, 2018 Contact: Laura McMillan – email@example.com Melissa Schlag – firstname.lastname@example.org CFE/Save the Sound end-of-session report and comments on legislative victories NEW HAVEN, CONN. – At this end of the 2018 Connecticut legislative session, Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound celebrates significant environmental victories and prepares to keep fighting on […]
We’re telling Connecticut legislators YOU want clean air, land, and water! Your representatives go back to work next Wednesday and we are working to ensure they understand you want strong environmental policy. Throughout the session, which runs from February 7 through May 9, we will work with legislators, Governor Malloy, state agencies, fellow organizations, and citizens […]
Liz Raisbeck, formerly Sr. Vice President at National Audubon Society, now retired to Groton, shares the story of how local citizens persuaded the Zoning Commission to strengthen drinking water protections. It is rare for town regulatory matters to take on the trappings of soap opera, but that is what happened when Groton’s Zoning Commission (ZC) […]
Fred Grimsey, one of the driving forces behind our Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition, has been named Environmental Champion by Aquarion Water Company for his tireless efforts to protect and clean up the Niantic River and Bay. Grimsey, a passionate environmentalist, founded Save the River-Save the Hills (STR-STH), a grassroots environmental non-profit organization that advocates to […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 21, 2017 Water advocates mark World Water Day HARTFORD, CONN. – Eight organizations from across Connecticut are coming together to celebrate water on United Nations World Water Day, March 22. Clean Water Action, Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its bi-state program Save the Sound, Connecticut River Watershed Council, […]
The City of Danbury has been releasing raw sewage and other chemicals into local waterbodies for more than five years.
CFE/Save the Sound Board members Barbara David and Sara Bronin hosted a gathering at the Town and County Club in Hartford to build connections among concerned residents and environmental advocates opposing a pipeline route through watershed lands.
Connecticut’s legislative session starts on Wednesday and we’re thrilled to share our priorities with you!