The University of Connecticut has taken multiple steps to preserve local habitats in recent years. “A lot of UConn-owned land provides excellent habitat to a variety of wildlife species and UConn works to protect it,” Richard Miller, director of the Office of Environmental Policy, said.
This week, The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) endorsed incumbent Representative Linda Orange (D) of Connecticut’s 48th district, Mansfield, for this year’s Connecticut General Assembly election.
The UConn campus and surrounding area is filled to the brim with nature preserves and parks, just waiting to be explored. Each of these areas offers a respite from your grueling schedule, a place to regroup and steady yourself for what’s coming next.
In New England, we are fortunate enough to experience two springs every year: one in May when the first leaves begin to unfurl on the trees, and again in summer when the trees unfurl new leaves to replace the original ones devoured by gypsy moth caterpillars.