SUNY Cobleskill Grad to Speak About ‘Connecticut’s Changing Landscape’

From the Register Citizen, 08/24/16 — Nora Hulton, Connecticut Certified Master Wildlife Conservationist teacher at Washington Montessori School [and a SUNY Cobleskill graduate], will deliver a discussion and visual presentation, Wildlife and Connecticut’s Changing Landscape, Thursday, Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m.

Landscapes are dynamic ecosystems. Connecticut’s landscape has changed through the centuries, from almost all forest in the 1600s, to cleared land by the mid-1800s. Presently, Connecticut is about 60 percent forest.

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