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Since 1981, we have led the effort to revitalize the banks of the Connecticut River in Hartford and East Hartford. We’ve transformed the Riverfront from an overgrown area that was walled off by flood dikes and cut off by Interstate 91 into four public parks connected by riverwalks.
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The Big Mo’ is Riverfront Recapture’s major annual fundraising event; it celebrates new and positive changes along the Connecticut River in Hartford and East Hartford. Over the past two years, public parks have been a place for positive change, so we’re bringing the Big Mo’ back into the parks it supports for another year.
Members of Hartford’s Girl Scouts Troop 10036 and Boy Scouts Troop 2 worked together to raise the flag in Charter Oak Landing.
EPA Selects Four Connecticut Entities to Receive $1.6 Million for Brownfields Cleanup and Assessment
EPA Brownfields Funding Helps Local Communities Build Back Better and Address Environmental Justice Concerns
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