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  • The American Chestnut Tree - Details of how the tree, once abundance in the east, was brought down by disease.
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  • Brush and Stump Management - Information from the CT Department of Environmental Protection on how to dispose of untreated organic materials in an ecologically-sound way.
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  • Connecticut Agricultural Education Foundation - Awards up to $1000 in scholarships to Connecticut student(s) each year.
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  • Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station - Information on research activities, services and resources provided, and special events, all at locations in New Haven, Hamden and Windsor. Includes plant pest handbook and "insect of the week."
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  • Connecticut Botanical Society - Photo gallery plus information on native plants for gardening, field trip schedule, membership form and links to related sites.
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  • Connecticut Department of Agriculture - Information and online resources include links to farmers' markets, fair requirements, the Farmland Restoration Program and weekly ag report.
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  • Connecticut Notable Trees Project - Lists and photos of the largest trees in the state, plus information on projects, certificate program, lectures, with links to related sites.
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  • Connecticut Tree Protective Association - Nonprofit, non-partisan membership organization comprised of tree care professionals which promotes the protection and care of trees.
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  • Connecticut Urban Forest Council - Statewide organization composed of representatives from Connecticut environmental organizations, state agencies, universities, research institutions, corporations, professional communities and citizen tree groups.
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  • Conservation of Private Grazing Land - Initiative that will ensure that technical, educational and related assistance is provided to those who own private grazing lands.
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  • Conservation Stewardship Program - Voluntary program that encourages agricultural and forestry producers to maintain existing conservation activities and adopt additional ones on their operations.
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  • Historical Flora of Connecticut - Vintage photographs from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
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  • Invasive Species - Information on non-native plants and insects and the problems they create.
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  • SALT: Smaller American Lawns Today - Movement introduced by William Niering, Professor of Botany at Connecticut College, which promotes restoring residential and commercial grounds to harmonious ecology and sound landscapes.
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  • Soil Testing - Information provided on how to submit soil samples for testing either in the New Haven or Windsor facility of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.
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  • UConn Agriculture and Natural Resources Public Programs - Farm Link, 4-H camps, soil testing lab, Master Gardener program and other information of general public interest.
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  • Working the Land - Features and news on agricultural topics.
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