Public Access

Clearing boat access on Quinnipiac River

Organization: 
Southwest Conservation District
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Amount: 
3 650.00
Description: 
to support cleaning logs and debris from a blocked access for boats in the Quinnipiac River.

Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves

Organization: 
Gather New Haven
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
to support the protection and care of the Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves, as well as to support efforts increase outreach programming, volunteer events and Schooner programs and to design and implement a Preserves Intern training program.

Boating activities on the New Haven Harbor and on the Quinnipiac and Mill rivers

Organization: 
Canal Dock Boathouse, Inc.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
to support boating activities on the New Haven Harbor and on the Quinnipiac and Mill rivers including after-school boating programs for New Haven high school students, dragon boat competitions for adults and community boating events for adults.

Protection and care of the Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves and environmental programming

Organization: 
New Haven Land Trust
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Amount: 
10 000.00
Description: 
To support the protection and care of the Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves, as well as to support efforts to acquire additional preserve property and increase outreach programming, volunteer events, and Schooner programs that engage the local community with the Quinnipiac River and its surrounding environments.

Boating programs on the New Haven Harbor and on the Quinnipiac and Mill rivers

Organization: 
Canal Dock Boathouse
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Amount: 
16 800.00
Description: 
To support staffing for programs including boating event rentals, club boating programs, and vendor-operated rentals of kayaks and paddle boards on the New Haven Harbor and on the Quinnipiac and Mill rivers.

Lower Quinnipiac Access, Education and Advocacy activities

Organization: 
River Advocates of South Central Connecticut
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Amount: 
20 000.00
Description: 
To support a half day Quinnipiac Update conference; improvements to public access to the Little River, a Quinnipiac tributary, at Lowe's on Route 80 in New Haven; education of phosphorus control; and promotion of pollution and diversion permit participation.

Quinnipiac Meadows Nature Preserve and Schooner Summer Camp

Organization: 
New Haven Land Trust
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
To support expanding the trail network, conservation management plan, and educational programming of Quinnipiac Meadows Nature Preserve and expanding the Schooner Summer Camp programming.

Informational signage, and educational programs and printed materials about North Haven's Tidal Marsh Trail

Organization: 
North Haven Trail Association
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Amount: 
5 000.00
Description: 
To support informational signage, as well as educational programs and printed materials about North Haven's Tidal Marsh Trail.

Educational programming and volunteer events at the Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves

Organization: 
New Haven Land Trust, Inc.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Amount: 
16 000.00
Description: 
To support educational programming and volunteer events at the Quinnipiac Meadows and Long Wharf Nature Preserves and as well as to support the process of acquiring land adjacent to Quinnipiac Meadows.

Public access to rowing and other non-motorized watercraft

Organization: 
Canal Dock Boathouse, Inc.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
To support start up staff to expand public access to rowing and other non-motorized watercraft, to grow participation in the annual dragon boat regatta, and to maintain a partnership with the University of New Haven, which will offer programs in environmental education to the general public.

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