CONNECTICUT FARMLAND TRUST INC
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 541
77 Buckingham St 3rd floor Hartford CT 06106 USA
The Connecticut Farmland Trust's mission is to permanently protect Connecticut's farmland. To achieve this mission, we: - Protect Connecticut's family farms for agricultural use by acquiring agricultural conservation easements and farmland;- Assist landowners, land trusts, town officials, and state agencies in protecting agricultural land; and - Promote farmland preservation education.
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Connecticut Farmland Trust is an accredited land trust. Accreditation means Connecticut Farmland Trust meets national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Connecticut Farmland Trust has demonstrated to the Land Trust Accreditation Commission its commitment to excellence. Accredited land trusts meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. These land trusts demonstrate their commitment to excellence by adopting Land Trust Standards and Practices, the ethical and technical guidelines for the responsible operation of a land trust, and meeting the accreditation requirements drawn from them. Learn More: http://www.landtrustaccreditation.org/about.
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I continue to donate to this organization each year because they produce results. I have met most of the staff members, and they strike me as very motivated to achieve the organization's goals. They do excellent work with what seems to be a low overhead and lean budget. I am also impressed by their genuine decency; they work well with other organizations and don't set themselves above others doing similar work. The leadership is very knowledgeable.
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No personal experience, but I keep up with their progress in the news and speak to a couple of their staff members regularly as a member of another organization.
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