The New Fairfield Land Trust and The Land Trust of Danbury have officially merged into one land trust organization serving the Candlewood Valley area. The newly merged nonprofit organization will now go by, The Candlewood Valley Regional Land Trust.
Candlewood Valley Regional Land Trust now stewards over 38 joint properties under protection which represents approximately 430 acres. Merging the two land trusts together will create a stronger and more diverse organization than standing alone. What the land trust of Danbury cannot offer, the New Fairfield Land Trust can. “We felt that each land trust brought to the table different pieces of the puzzle, that now merged, can cohesively fit together.” Said the President of The Land Trust of Danbury, Michael Marcus.
Both land trusts have concrete backgrounds in conserving open spaces. For decades, each has made it their mission to preserve and protect natural open spaces for their communities to enjoy now and in the future.
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Contact Candlewood Valley Regional Land Trust
P.O. Box 32
Danbury, Connecticut 06813
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- Fairfield County, Connecticut