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American Chestnut Foundation: Connecticut Chapter - Information on state chapter of organization established to bring back the American chestnut tree to forest throughout the east.
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station - Information on research activities, services and resources provided, and special events, all at locations in New Haven, Hamden and Windsor. Includes plant pest handbook and "insect of the week."
Connecticut Botanical Society - Photo gallery plus information on native plants for gardening, field trip schedule, membership form and links to related sites.
Connecticut Notable Trees Project - Lists and photos of the largest trees in the state, plus information on projects, certificate program, lectures, with links to related sites.
Connecticut Tree Protective Association - Nonprofit, non-partisan membership organization comprised of tree care professionals which promotes the protection and care of trees.
Connecticut Woodlands - Online edition of quarterly print publication with articles, news, legislative and environmental issues, and subscription information.
Cooperative Extension Forestry - Research updates and news, advice and assistance, Forest Stewardship Program, publication, volunteer opportunities, events and information sheets.
SALT: Smaller American Lawns Today - Movement introduced by William Niering, Professor of Botany at Connecticut College, which promotes restoring residential and commercial grounds to harmonious ecology and sound landscapes.
Soil Testing - Information provided on how to submit soil samples for testing either in the New Haven or Windsor facility of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.
The American Chestnut Tree - Details of how the tree, once abundance in the east, was brought down by disease.
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