Used Electric Cars are BARGAINS and Cheap to Operate

CFE/Save the Sound president Curt Johnson reflects on the best deal he’s found—for his wallet and the planet. When it comes to buying used cars, I’m cheap. I go for reliable, inexpensive, and preferably comfortable wheels. Earlier this summer, I was pleasantly surprised to learn an important bargain hunting secret—low mileage, first-generation electric cars are […]

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The Great Fish Migration Story – PT I

  PART I : INTRODUCTION Imagine hundreds, even thousands, of grayish-green fish filling a river from one bank to the other, fighting their way upstream in the brisk waters swollen by the spring melt. Their silver sides and bellies flash. Occasionally one will propel itself out of the water, avoiding some obstacle that threatens its […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Save the Sound and partners to begin installation of green infrastructure at Sunken Meadow

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 17, 2019 Contact:      Anthony Allen, 860-604-7207 Laura McMillan, 540-292-8429 Save the Sound and partners set to begin installation of green infrastructure at Sunken Meadow State Park 18 acres of parking lot retrofits will treat stormwater Smithtown, N.Y.—Save the Sound and New York Parks have begun efforts to retrofit 18 […]

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PRESS RELEASE: 16 Miles of Upper Quinnipiac River Flow Free! Third Barrier Removed

16 Miles of Upper Quinnipiac River Flow Free! Third Barrier Removed Exposed inactive water line removed, improving safety for paddlers and improving fish passage on the Quinnipiac New Haven, Conn. – An old, unused water line on the Quinnipiac River in Meriden has been removed, the third barrier to come down in three years. The […]

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PRESS RELEASE: CFE/Save the Sound applauds proposed expansion of protected coastal wetlands and natural areas

CFE/Save the Sound applauds proposed expansion of protected coastal wetlands and natural areas New Haven, Conn. – Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound today submitted comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) in support of proposed amendments to the Coastal Barriers Resources Act (CBRA). The proposed updates and expansion will add another […]

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Advocacy 101: JF, LCO, OFA, OLR…HUH?

The Connecticut legislative session started on January 9 and you’ve been lobbying your reps ever since. Phone calls, action alerts, letters, and rallies have propelled some great legislation forward out of committee, and stopped some bad bills in their tracks. Unfortunately, just because a committee supports a bill, doesn’t mean it will become law. It […]

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PRESS RELEASE: World Water Day at CT Legislature

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 22, 2019 Contact: Melissa Schlag, CFE/Save the Sound, 860-398-0569 World Water Day at CT Legislature Water advocates, legislative champions, and agencies call for action to protect CT’s waters HARTFORD, CONN. – Water advocates from across Connecticut are celebrating World Water Day at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford today. The United […]

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Testimony 101: Shape the laws that shape your world

Your public servants are hard at work in Hartford shaping the laws that shape your world. Over the past few weeks, you’ve learned about Connecticut’s legislature and what it takes to be an effective citizen lobbyist. Now take a moment to learn how to write persuasive testimony to make government work for you. I’M JUST […]

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