Date: 4/9/19 11:58 am
From: Patrick Comins via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Forest Action Plan
Dear CT Birders. Please take a look at below and consider participating in the below survey to help guide the future of Connecticut's forests. Also there are some round tables scheduled for June and a link to sign up:
Let your voice be heard - click on the link below to provide input on the 2020 Connecticut Forest Action Plan.
This is your opportunity to help shape the health and future of our forests and woodlands across the rural, suburban, and urban landscapes of Connecticut - your input is a critical component of the Forest Action Plan. Forests and woodlands are crucial to the health, well-being, and economy of Connecticut. To keep your forests and woodlands healthy requires well thought out strategies, policies, and plans that should consider input from Connecticut residents like you who care about forests and woodlands for all sorts of reasons.
It all starts with you doing two things right now:
1. Take the Connecticut Forest Action Plan 2020 Survey by clicking on the link below. The survey should take 10 - 15 minutes.
2. Sign up to attend a public roundtable discussion to help shape the strategies and actions to conserve and manage forests in Connecticut. The roundtables will be 2-4 hours long, and will be held on June 11, June 13, and June 25 in different parts of the state. You can register for a roundtable discussion by following the link below and at the end of the survey, or by sending an email to <ekravet...><mailto:<ekravet...>.

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For more information about the Connecticut Forest Action Plan, please go to

Roundtable information and registration can be found at<>

Thank you for taking the time to provide your input!

All the best,

Patrick M. Comins
Executive Director, The Connecticut Audubon Society

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