Celebrating Connecticut State Parks at State Capitol

Sen. Tony Hwang joined with the Friends of Sherwood Island and environmental advocates from across Connecticut to mark State Parks Day at the State Capitol.

Discussions at the on March 9 event focused on ways to preserve, protect and enhance Connecticut’s state parks, including the state’s oldest state park, Sherwood Island State Park.

This year, Hwang is part of a first-of-its-kind effort to amend the state Constitution to better ensure protection of state-owned forests, parks, farmland and other conservation lands.

Hwang represents Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Weston and Westport.  On the web:

Friends of Sherwood Island board members Louis Pietigand Erica Caldwell, state Sen. Tony Hwang and board member Nancy Ferriello.

Friends of Sherwood Island board members Louis Pietigand Erica Caldwell, state Sen. Tony Hwang and board member Nancy Ferriello.

 

 

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