Connecticut forests hit by economic crisis

Feb 17th, 2011 | By | Category: General

Forest conservation is both a national and regional concern. In Connecticut, woodlands provide clean water, clean air, wildlife habitat, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. Through the blue-blaze program of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association, over 900 miles of trails on private property are maintained and open to the public for recreational pleasure.

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