History


 

The North Stonington Citizens Land Alliance is a 501(c) (3) , charitable, non-profit environmental advocacy organization founded in 1987 by residents interested in protecting the natural resources and rural character of our town. Gifts, but not dues, are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. We are an all volunteer group. The Board of Directors meets each 3rd Monday of the month at North Stonington Elementary School Media Center unless otherwise noted.
Membership dues are $15 per person per year.

Our Mission
To encourage and Maintain
The environmental integrity and rural character of our town.
To preserve land.
To protect wetlands, watercourses, plant and animal habitats.
To work for clean water, clean air and dark skies.

Awards
New England Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1999
URI Watershed Watch: Founders Award, 2001
Land Trust Bureau, Nature Conservancy: (3) awards, 1988,1990, 1998
Connecticut Association of Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commissions (CACIWC), 1989

We are grateful for the commitment and determination of Land Alliance leaders and members for the continuing success of our preservation, conservation, and education efforts. Volunteer opportunities abound! We hope you will join us!