Assistance to Residents - Your local Conservation District is a valuable source of information and referrals on a wide range of environmental topics.
Assistance to Municipalities - Conservation Districts provide many technical services to their towns and cities including site visits, site plan reviews and other on-site investigations. We specialize in soil erosion and sediment control plan review. We often assist municipalities with water quality, wetland and stormwater issues as well as associated environmental impacts.
Educational Programs - Connecticut's Conservation Districts are dedicated to educating youth and adults alike about the value of conserving our natural resources.
Watershed Management - As key partners with the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Conservation Districts are involved in many on the ground projects statewide resulting in cleaner waterways.
Natural Resource Mapping - Your Conservation District can be a valuable partner in land use planning efforts. Consult your local District to discuss their services.
Natural Resource Training - Conservation Districts present many training programs and seminars that vary by region and by season.
Open Space and Farmland Preservation - Building on our agricultural roots, Conservation Districts serve agricultural operators and landowners across Connecticut in many ways.