NEW Conservation Commission Fact Sheet

Connecticut town commissions and boards can play a pivotal role in building climate change resilience into local decision making. Conservation Commissions have the authority to advise land use boards and can play a role in increasing climate resiliency by advocating for nature-based solutions for problems like flooding, excessive heat, erosion, shoreline stabilization or poor water quality. Learn more about the role and authority of Conservation Commissions and how natural resource conservation can help build climate resilience in CIRCA’s new Factsheet “Conservation Commissions and Natural Resource Resilience.”

Conservation Commission Fact Sheet

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