Stonington Garden Club presents a talk entitled, Sound Planning for the Future: the Creation of a Long Island Sound Blue Plan with The Nature Conservancy’s Frogard Ryan, CT State Director, and Nathan Frohling, Director of Coastal and Marine Initiatives. There is a new effort to protect existing, traditional uses of Long Island Sound like fishing and boating while also protecting the Sound's ecologically significant places. Known as the Long Island Sound Blue Plan, this initiative by the State of Connecticut and multiple stakeholders has compiled an unprecedented level of information and mapping about existing human uses and ecological resources that will serve as the foundation for the plan. What exactly is the Blue Plan and why is it important to Sound users and stewards alike?
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