Useful Links

Recommended by Miss Ainsworth, Lauren, Ashlee, Jordan, and Lane:
Home Science: Backyard Conservation
The Nature Conservancy CT River Floodplain Forest Studies
Restoring Elms Slideshow
Great Meadows Important Bird Area Official Designation March 23, 2017
1. Photo of Corrie Folsom-O'Keefe, GMCT Pres. Chris Duff, et al
2. Annual Dinner IBA Presentation by Corrie Folsom-O.Keefe

GMCT Important Bird Area Data Collection Project
Printable Topomaps of Great Meadows

eBird - Bird Data Collection Website (Cornell)
Professor Gouirley's Trinity College GIS Project
Great Meadows IBA Blog

Glastonbury Online
Town of Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Town of Wethersfield, Connecticut Official Web Site 
Hartford Audubon Society

How high is the River? USGS Real-Time Water Data

How high is the Connecticut River predicted to rise?

National Weather Service Advanced Hydrological Prediction Service

How high is the water at each entry point into the meadows?
Download an Excel spreadsheet to calculate based on the river gauge
Key to entry Points into the Great Meadows


From the Council on Environmental Quality: May 2012
2011 Environmental Quality in Connecticut Report

CLCC CT Land Conservation Council
CT Forest and Park Association
CT Chapter of the Nature Conservancy
Connecticut DEP
NEMO: Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials - Home Page 
Invasive Species: CT Invasive Plant Working Group
Connecticut Audubon Society

Rivers Alliance of CT
Connecticut Ornithological Society

Draft Management plan for Station 43 South Windsor


Trust for Public Land (TPL) Conserving Land for People
Connecticut USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge

Wildlife Division
Managing Grasslands, Shrublands, and Young Forest Habitats for Wildlife: A Guide for the Northeast  



Great Meadows Conservation Trust, Inc.
P.O. Box 171
Glastonbury, CT 06033

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