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A Note From Our Chapter Chair
Are you ready for the forecasted hot summer? Our oceans are heating up, too, and at an alarming pace. We are already seeing the consequences and there will be more to come. Learn more about our warming oceans as World Ocean Day approaches, and get more updates for the month ahead.
Birds Steal the Show at Signing of the Hartford Urban Bird Treaty
Millions of native birds migrate through the Atlantic Flyway, and Hartford is within this migratory pathway. A crowd of people representing over 30 organizations gathered for the signing of the Hartford Urban Bird Treaty. It was an impressive gathering, but the birds stole the show.
Celebrating the Success of the First Cross-Sector Partnership Meeting!
This meeting marked a significant milestone in our collective efforts to protect this green space located in Bridgeport and Stratford, Connecticut. The diverse group of organizations, residents, and stakeholders in attendance were truly inspiring, and we are excited to update you on the decisions made and the accountabilities declared by all involved.
The Final Countdown on the 2023 Legislative Session
With only a few days left of the 2023 Legislative Session, there is still work to be done on many crucial climate and environmental bills. We need everyone that cares about the climate and environment to call House and Senate Leadership and ask them to ensure these bills get called for a vote.
We’re getting close to that magical time of year again – when the fireflies start coming out! Ever try to take a picture of fireflies? Get some tips on capturing that magic in a photograph. Or if you’re not a photographer, just get some fun facts about fireflies.
May Photo Journal
Our Sierra Club staff and volunteers are busy providing education and advocacy for the environment all year long, and May was another exciting month at the State Capitol and in our communities. See some of the month’s highlights in photos!
You may not think of Connecticut when you hear the word grasslands, but they are an important ecosystem in our state. What species are being threatened by the loss of this habitat? How can we protect our grasslands? Learn how you can help us on the local level.
Take a look at all the highlights from Sierra Club Connecticut’s current campaigns and what we’ve been working on this last month. As always, thank you to all of our volunteers — we couldn’t do this without you!