The mission of the Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) is to provide information and assistance to land use decision makers and other audiences in support of better land use decisions, healthier natural resources, and more resilient communities. CLEAR is a partnership between the Department of Extension and the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, two units of the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources (CAHNR), and the Connecticut Sea Grant Program. CLEAR became an official UConn center in 2002, but is built on a 25-year track record of award-winning programs focused on the relationship of natural resource protection to land use planning and management. CLEAR research, outreach and training programs address the overlapping issues of water management, land use planning, climate resiliency, and geospatial (mapping) technology. We are a small center of 7-10 people (depending on how you count), and take pride in our creativity, teamwork and productivity (just check out how massive this website really is!). CLEAR receives foundational support from CAHNR and CT Sea Grant Program, obtaining the rest (about half) of our support through state, federal and private grants.
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Contact Center for Land Use Education and Research
University of Connecticut Extension Center
1066 Saybrook Road
PO Box 70
Haddam, Connecticut 06438 Phone: