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Light Bulb Swap December 16
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Light Bulb Swap December 16
The Town of Greenwich wants to help you reduce the amount of energy used in your home. We are offering Greenwich residents up to five LED light bulbs free of charge and an opportunity to learn about and sign up for Home Energy Solutions so you can save and be more comfortable all year round.  ... Read more
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Healthy Yards Workshop offered October 18th, 2017
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Healthy Yards Workshop offered October 18th, 2017
Healthy Yards Workshop on October 18, 2017, 8:30am-3:30pm at the Garden Education Center.
Keeping your yard both beautiful and healthy is not as hard as you think. Our workshop speakers and exhibitors will give you the tools needed to transition your yard from a water and chemical dependent one, to a safe and healthy one without sacrificing aesthetics.
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Healthy Yards Workshop offered October 18th
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Healthy Yards Workshop offered October 18th
Healthy Yards Workshop on October 18, 2017, 8:30am-3:30pm at the Garden Education Center.
Keeping your yard both beautiful and healthy is not as hard as you think. Our workshop speakers and exhibitors will give you the tools needed to transition your yard from a water and chemical dependent one, to a safe and healthy one without sacrificing aesthetics. 

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Greenwich Point BioBlitz a huge success!
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Greenwich Point BioBlitz a huge success!
The Greenwich Conservation Commission and Greenwich Shellfish Commission, in conjunction with the University of Connecticut and others, came together to catalog life during a 24 hour period called the "BioBlitz" at Greenwich Point, Conn., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. 
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BioBlitz Greenwich Point - September 15-16, 2017
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BioBlitz Greenwich Point - September 15-16, 2017
Explore Greenwich Point with scientists from UConn, Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission, The Greenwich Conservation Commission, Audubon Greenwich, and the Bruce Museum. Read more about BioBlitz and the UConn-Greenwich partnership
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Vermicomposting Lecture at the Seaside Center
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Vermicomposting Lecture at the Seaside Center
Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 --- 1:30-4:00pm at the Seaside Center.
Greenwich Conservation Commission and Greenwich Community Gardens will introduce participants to composting with earthworms. 
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2017 Experience the Sound
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2017 Experience the Sound
Sunday's "Experience the Sound: from Streams through Soil to Sea" event at Tod's Point was a huge success!

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Greenwich Water Supply: Current Conditions
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Greenwich Water Supply: Current Conditions
MAY 1 CONDITIONS: The Board of Selectmen rescinded the water ban and adopted water restrictions on all outdoor irrigation by automatic irrigation systems and sprinkler type equipment limiting watering to 2-day per week ... Read more
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Earth Day Celebration Month in Greenwich
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Earth Day Celebration Month in Greenwich
Each year, in celebration of Earth Day, local officials and environmentalists put together a month-long calendar of events that runs from April until early May.  
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The 2016 Draft Annual Report for the General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater
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The 2016 Draft Annual Report for the General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater
In accordance with its MS4 Stormwater Management Permit, the Town of Greenwich is required to produce an Annual Report and make it available for public comment. The 2016 Draft Annual Report for the General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater from Small MS4 (GSM 000084) is now available online and in the Town's Engineering offices in Town Hall for review. Comments on the draft report will be received through Friday, Feb 10, 2017. All comments should be submitted to Town of Greenwich, DPW Engineering Division, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830.
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New Leaf Recycling Program in Greenwich
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New Leaf Recycling Program in Greenwich
Take a survey, get resources and find out more about our new Leaf Recycling program called "Leaves: Nature's Treasures" by visiting our new website here.
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Leaf Recycling Survey for Landscape Professionals
Leaves: Nature's Treasures / The new leaf recycling/reusing program in Greenwich. Take the survey here.
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Leaf Recycling Survey for Property Owners
Leaves: Nature's Treasures / The new leaf recycling/reusing program in Greenwich. Take the survey here
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What is the Best Way to Manage Leaves?
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What is the Best Way to Manage Leaves?
Reuse leaves by shredding them into the lawn when mowing.  The excess leaves can be collected and used to prepare compost or left to turn into leaf mold. ... Read more
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INITIATIVE TO DATE
Resolution: On July 30, 2015 the Board of Selectmen adopted a resolution encouraging the residents to recycle leaves... ... Read more
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2015 Open Space Plan Recommended for Adoption as Addendum to 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development
On March 9, 2015 the Town of Greenwich Conservation Commission recommended that the 2015 Open Space Plan be adopted as an addendum to the 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development.
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Take the Flood Assistance Survey
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Take the Flood Assistance Survey
A new online survey is being conducted by the Conservation Commission to better assess the impact 
of Superstorm Sandy and specifically to identify long term recovery needs in the community. Read more
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Sandy - A Look at Coastal Flooding in Greenwich
New presentation on coastal flooding in Greenwich using Sandy for a reference. Prepared by Conservation Director, Denise Savageau, who worked in the Emergency Operation Center during the event and is working to educate residents about the threats of coastal flooding in our community and how we can become a resilient community. Read the presentation.
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Mianus Fishway Camera
Watch the Fish from March through mid to late June.


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