Mount Tom - Making Connections (2015)

In the fall of 2015, a client team comprised of Kestrel Land Trust, Winding River Land Conservancy, and The Mt. Tom Advocacy Group collaborated on a proposal for a project with The Conway School to help establish the Mt. Tom range as an integral part of a larger network of wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities. The plan identified examples of places where human access and other natural or human factors threaten to degrade water resources or other ecosystem services  and provides recommendations on how to further protect and enhance human and wildlife connectivity. The goal of the Mt. Tom Ecological Assessment is to offer a new vision for the entire range, one that connects the different parts of the range, coordinates land management, and ensures good stewardship so that humans and wildlife can continue to benefit 

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