If the Hills Could Talk – Oswegatchie Hills are a Trove of Local History

While we continue to fight to protect the remaining 236 acres of Oswegatchie Hills from development, here’s a peek at recent archeological discoveries in the adjoining Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve (OHNP) in East Lyme.

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Launching the Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition

CFE is co-launching Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition with local grassroots groups Save the River-Save the Hills and the Friends of Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve to protect a fragile coastal forest in East Lyme.

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Oswegatchie: Conservationists vow to continue to fight to protect the Hills

Organizations praise zoning commission’s inclusion of conditions to prevent environmental harm

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Bride Brook: An Alewife Success Story

Nearly 220,000 river herring have made their way up Bride Brook in East Lyme and into their spawning grounds. That’s nearly three times the average from a decade ago! This year’s count continues Bride Brook’s strong numbers and further proves the success of our 2010 restoration project.

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