Connecticut

Saving A 300-Year-Old Colonial Settlement Site In Connecticut waterfall at sheep farm

The town of Groton, Connecticut, has a long history dating to before its incorporation in 1705, and the 63-acre Sheep Farm property is part of that history. When the Groton Open Space Association (GOSA), which works to save historic and… Read More

Farm Creek Preserve, Norwalk Farm Creek Connecticut

Sometimes big conservation can be accomplished by small organizations—particularly with some help from The Conservation Fund. Take, for example, the Norwalk Land Trust in Connecticut. An all-volunteer group with an annual budget of less than $10,000, the trust just purchased… Read More

CONTACT

Reggie Hall
Reggie Hall Arlington, VA
(703) 525-6300
rhall@conservationfund.org

As Director of the Fund’s Land Conservation Loan Program, Reggie Hall works with land trusts, nonprofits, community partners and government leaders nationwide to save special places outdoors. When not saving land, Reggie is experiencing it—often on a bike, in running shoes, or otherwise suited up for adventure. He has a JD from Vermont Law School and a BA from Williams College.