Connecticut’s “Green Bank,” the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority, says it has celebrated the successful first year of its nationally-recognized Commercial and Industrial Property Assessed Clean Energy, or C-PACE program. Click on this Environmental Headline for more from CEFIA.
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Bristol’s Farm in Canton, continues to serve the community as a source of high-quality, local food by leasing its land to organic farmers. It supports the next generation of farmers, and is leasing two acres to Serafina Says Farm, a new farm created and farmed by Tara Tranguch. Click on this Environmental Headline for more from The Canton News.
CANTON —The National Park Service has released the Study Report and Environmental Assessment for the proposal to designate the lower Farmington River and Salmon Brook in Connecticut as National Wild and Scenic Rivers. The report is available on the National Park Service Planning, Environment and Public Comment website at For more on this story, visit:
COLLINSVILLE — The Canton Board of Selectmen have drafted an ordinance to prohibit motorboats on the town’s section of the Farmington River, and discussed the issue July 11. A public hearing could be held on the issue in just a few weeks. via Canton selectmen consider ban on motorboats on the Farmington – Canton –
The deadline for the Canton Land Trust’s art contest is approaching. Digital submissions and applications must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 21. For more on this story, visit: Submissions For Canton Land Trust Art Contest Due June 21 – Courant.com.
It may be easier for residents to purchase or lease solar panels in the future, if the town is chosen as a pilot community for the Solarize Connecticut program. The board of selectmen on Wednesday authorized the chief administrative officer to apply for the program, contingent on approval by the town’s energy committee. For more
Any aged artists can enter to win. Are you an artists whose original artwork is inspired by the beautiful landscapes of Canton Land Trust? Then this is the contest is for you. The winning artwork will be used as a 40th anniversary commemorative print. This is open to all artists of all ages. For more
Currently several of the trail routes are overlaid on Google Earth maps on the site. However, it’s just a first step. Eventually the plan is to overlay the routes on topographical maps. One of the organization’s main goals is to post laminated maps and provide paper versions at the kiosks it has been installing at
The town will host a meeting on a preliminary master plan for the Farmington River in Collinsville on Thursday night. The plan includes recommendations for the town to pursue in the future, including fishing areas, artificial habitat, traffic calming measures, public boating and swimming access and additional trail opportunities. Canton Patch reports.
The Green Party has got their man in Canton. Ben Holden will run as the official Green Party of Connecticut candidate for Canton Board of Selectmen this November after receiving the party’s nomnation Tuesday night. The endorsement, which was unanimous, was made during a meeting of the Green Party of Connecticut’s Statewide Coordinating Committee at
At the opening of a new 1.8-mile stretch of bicycle trail in Canton, longtime rails-to-trails advocate R. Bruce Donald welcomed the presence of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his acting transportation commissioner, James P. Redeker, as a milestone in a long struggle.
Trail Extension, Waste Disposal: Canton Selectmen To Discuss Trail Extension Grant, Waste Disposal OptionsAug 9th, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news
CANTON — The board of selectmen at its meeting Wednesday will decide whether to approve a grant application to determine how Canton’s portion of the Farmington River Trail can best be connected to the trail in Simsbury. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy recently attended a ribbon-cutting at the opening of Canton’s 18-mile section of the trail,
The intersection of routes 44 and 177 near Best Cleaners is the trailhead for a new stretch of the Farmington River Trail that runs from Old River Road in Collinsville to the 44/177 juncture. It officially opens Thursday, July 28 at 9 a.m. and the public is welcome to attend the ceremony, the Canton Patch reports.
A mother black bear killed a cocker spaniel on Stonefield Road in Avon on Friday afternoon. Animal Control Officer Beverly LaPlume found a 40-pound bag of bird seed leaning against the house. According to the DEP, people should not leave seeds exposed in their yards or bird feeders between April and snowfall because it attracts bears.
CANTON — Canton resident Ben Holden is seeking the Green Party nomination so that he can run for the Canton Board of Selectmen in November. Some of the items topping Holden’s platform include the building of two hydroelectric dams, an electric charging station, and issues with the current board of selectmen. Read more here: Ben
CANTON — The Town of Canton is beginning to develop plans to change the way the Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is updated. Jonathan Thiesse, a member of the Planning Commission, spoke to the Board of Selectmen at its Sept. 1 meeting about the commissions plans for a change in the way the POCD