State Grant to Expand Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve

Agency - Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Connecticut state officials have announced a state grant to purchase 41 acres of property for open space preservation as part of the Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve in East Lyme.


According to Governor Malloy, land conservation is vital, and with this undeveloped property in East Lyme, it will add another "great segment to Oswegatchie Hills, ensuring that residents have access to this land for generations to come."


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