Chris Cyrder

Land Campaign Manager

ccryder@ctenvironment.org
203-787-0646 x127

Chris Cryder joined Save the Sound in May 2007 and is responsible for coordinating various outreach activities, as well as implementing green infrastructure projects.

Prior to joining Save the Sound, Chris was a member of a citizen activist group, the Alliance for Sound area Planning (ASaP), which partnered with Save the Sound in the fight to protect “The Preserve,” a 1000-acre forest and wetland area in Old Saybrook. He studied biology as an undergraduate, and has a master’s in health services administration.


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