Posts Tagged ‘ Higganum ’

Cleanup At Higganum Cove In Haddam To Begin This Summer

Jun 21st, 2014 | By

The 12-acre Higganum Cove property, beside a scenic waterfall, has been included on a list of Connecticut Superfund sites awaiting cleanup since 1989 because of the presence of PCBs, lead, and arsenic “at levels of concern to human health and the environment.”

Haddam Land Swap, One Last Time

Jul 14th, 2013 | By
Google Maps shows where Clark Creek is in Haddam.

“While the 17-acre portion of the Clark Creek Wildlife Area in Haddam will remain protected open space, we’ve come to better understand the need for better protections for the quarter-million acres of state open space. Guess it could have been worse. Much worse. So go down to this very pleasant spot on the river, and drink a toast to good fortune.” Click on this Environmental Headline for more on this update from the Sierra Club’s Marty Mador.

Patch looks at the 87-acres in Higganum; Lawmakers push Esty to break silence

Jun 7th, 2011 | By

These 87 acres of forest land in Higganum have been central to the debate of the land conveyance bill that includes, as one item on the bill, the swap of this property with that of 17.4 acres in the Tylerville section of Haddam along the Connecticut River.