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CT Environmental Rights Amendment Lands on CT Senate Calendar

SJ 193, the resolution to put the CT Environmental Rights Amendment on the ballot to go into our state constitution, is now on the Senate calendar! That means that it…
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CT Environmental Rights Amendment Featured at Climate March in Hartford

By Dr. Kimberly Stoner On Friday, February 2, about 200 people from over 20 organizations marched in Hartford to demand immediate action on climate change by the state legislature, the…
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March to Keep Connecticut’s Climate Promise

We invite you to join CT NOFA on Friday, February 2 at 12:00 pm in Hartford for the Keep Connecticut’s Climate Promise March organized by the CT Sierra Club and the CT…
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Advocacy News, January 2024

This month, we have a couple of updates about the Farm Bill and the Connecticut Environmental Rights Amendment. The Farm Bill Yes, we are still working on a Farm Bill.…
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Let’s Move CT Forward Thoughtfully With Clean Electric Vehicles

Let’s Move CT Forward Thoughtfully With Clean Electric Vehicles By Dr. Kimberly Stoner, CT NOFA Director of Advocacy I have been driving an electric car since 2016. I bought a…
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Advocacy Action Alert – Organic Certification Cost Share Program at Risk!

The 2018 Farm Bill expired on September 30, 2023. Rather than passing a new Farm Bill, Congress has indicated that they plan to extend the current Farm Bill. Unlike larger…
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