CT Listening Session Set for June 26

LISS Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan
The cover of the summary report of the 1994 Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan










The Long Island Sound Study (LISS) invites you to learn about and comment on the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) update process. The first CCMP was completed in 1994. The updated CCMP will address current and emerging issues and resource management systems.

The goals of the LISS are to improve Sound water quality, protect habitat and living resources, educate and involve the public, improve the long-term understanding of how to manage the Sound, monitor progress, and guide management efforts. The LISS uses the CCMP as a blueprint to develop strategies and programs to reach long and short term goals. You can find out more about the update plans on LISS’s CCMP update page.

The meeting will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m,, and will include:

  • Presentation on urban sustainability in relation to Long Island Sound management
  • Short PowerPoint on the CCMP background and update process
  •  Breakout sessions to brainstorm and gather feedback from participants on issues and objectives

Discussion of comments/feedback

Review of next steps

This is a public listening session – all interested in the Long Island Sound are invited!

We need to hear from you about any needs or issues that should be in the plan as well as your priorities for improving Long Island Sound.

Refreshments will be served. Click Bing Map for the location of the Margaret Morton Government Center.

To RSVP, please use our Google form or contact Claire Coddington ([email protected]) or Danna Truslow (603.766.6670) from WaterVision.


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