A Greenwich man is working to help baby eels making their annual migration from Long Island Sound to rivers across Connecticut, according to WNPR News.
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Even though there’s snow on the ground and freezing temperatures outside, Sam Billings is thinking about greener pastures. Billings manages the greenhouse and vast gardens at the Treetops estate near Mianus River Park on the border of Greenwich, and is preparing for an incredible spring season. “I’m working to install about two acres of gardens,”
The National Audubon Society has announced that Ted Gilman, senior naturalist and education specialist at Audubon Greenwich, is the 2013 recipient of the Tamar Chotzen Audubon Educator of the Year award. The surprise announcement took place at a banquet at the Grange Audubon Center in Columbus, Ohio, where Gilman was celebrated by his colleagues from around the country.
Denise M. Savageau has added a new duty to her job: during major storms, she works at the town’s emergency operations center, monitoring flood gauges and helping firefighters and ambulance drivers avoid the roads she knows are most likely to flood.
The Greenwich Land Trust’s mission is to preserve land permanently and protect its ecological integrity. Since she got involved with the trust, Gwynn said, Louisa Stone has helped fulfill that mission in multiple ways. While president, she was instrumental in convincing the board to acquire Shell Island, which is now one of the land trust’s
The Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market will open for the 2013 season on Wednesday, May 29 from 3 to 6 p.m. at 38 West End Avenue, Old Greenwich. For more on this story, visit: Local goods hit market | Greenwich Post.
JCS Construction Group, Inc. has broken ground on 409 Greenwich Avenue, a three-story, 12,000 s/f mixed-use building on the corner of Greenwich Avenue.
Rothschild giraffes are classified as endangered on the IUCN Red List, as there are fewer than 670 left in the wild in their indigenous Kenya and Uganda. For more on this story, visit: Rare Rothschild giraffe born at Greenwich conservation center – Connecticut Post.
Contaminated fields at Greenwich High School have been a community concern since 2011, and at a special meeting addressing the issue Wednesday night, town and regulatory officials presented various solutions to the problem.
When the town of Greenwich bought the Cos Cob Power Plant (CCPP) for $1 in 1987 from the state of Connecticut, it assumed responsibility for all pollutants on the site. CCPP is listed as a “Superfund” site pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, which establishes fiscal liability for the cleanup of
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced that nine Connecticut cities and towns will share a $20 million federal grant for transportation projects designed to improve the flow of traffic, improve air quality, and reduce energy use.
The Conservation Commission will teach residents how to keep the community’s water resources afloat starting August 29 with its program From Source to Sound: 2012 Know Your Watershed Education Tours, a three-part educational series open to the public. The first installment of the series, which will focus on the community’s supply of drinking water, will
The DEEP and Connecticut Sea Grant today confirmed that a juvenile Chinese mitten crab has been found in Connecticut waters. In late June, the crab was collected from the Mianus Pond fishway on the Mianus River in Greenwich by Joe Cassone, Conservation Assistant for the Town of Greenwich Conservation Commission. The crab was first delivered to DEEP’s Marine Headquarters in Old Lyme, and following examination by DEEP and CT Sea Grant biologists, sent to the Marine Invasion Research Lab of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center for a confirmation of the initial identification.
“This is the first time that the GLT has taken on a property with multiple buildings,” Ginny Gwynn, executive director of the Greenwich Land Trust, said. The GLT’s board will evaluate all the buildings, but it will likely use some to store equipment and supplies, she said. via Greenwich woman donates historic property to land
This is the third and final installment in Greenwich Citizen’s series on what we have called “The Green Team,” those ecologically-minded movers and shakers in town who are working to help Greenwich through some trying environmental challenges. Ted Gilman, senior education specialist at Audubon Greenwich, thinks an educated public is key to saving the local environment.
Protecting the town’s water supply. Cleaning up Long Island Sound. Overdevelopment. The need to conserve open space. These are just some of the environmental challenges currently facing the Town of Greenwich. While many residents are involved in conservation and environmental issues, we asked Denise Savageau, director of the Town’s Conservation Commission, to identify some of
Ted Gilman, education specialist at Audubon Greenwich, is the point man for two February national events for bird lovers. On Thursday at Cos Cob Library Gilman will address the significance surrounding National Bird Feeding Month and also how to participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count that takes place in Greenwich from February 17-20. For
GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich’s state representatives applauded single-stream recycling, promoted ecological awareness and promised to vote for environmentally friendly legislation as they met with the public at an annual environmental forum. For more on this story, visit: Greenwich Reps Outline Environmental Imperatives | The Daily Greenwich.
The residents of North Mianus have settled their protracted lawsuits against the Town of Greenwich over who should pay for the installation of sewers in that area of town. Greenwich Patch reports.
The Greenwich Land Trust (GLT) recently elected Jane Hogeman to serve as President of its Board of Directors. Ms. Hogeman, a well-respected GLT Director since 2004, “looks forward to work toward a mission I care deeply about with a group of talented and dedicated people.” The Greenwich Land Trust, founded in 1976, protects and stewards