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Expert Panel: “Living with Coyotes” Set for Feb 3 at Tod’s Point Innis Arden Cottage

Greenwich Conservation Commission and Greenwich Animal Control are hosting a talk on Living with Coyotes on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 2:00 pm at the Floren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage at Tod’s Point. The panel of experts includes Allyson Halm from New Canaan Animal Control and Chris Vann from CT DEEP. They will discuss the nature of coyotes and practical tips for homeowners and pet owners. The Commission will also distribute homeowner tool kits for living with coyotes. Free admission. Continue Reading →

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GFP Year in Review: Top Beach & Boat Stories from 2018

In 2018 the Harbor Master shared stories of hazards to navigation and the demise of the Showboat. In October a sudden storm coincided with high tide and the town closed Greenwich Point. In June the Greenwich Pool at Byram Park opened with fanfare. In August the Town celebrated 100 years of ownership of Island Beach. Continue Reading →

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12th Annual Experience the Sound Event Celebrates Marine Life and Much More

The weather held for most of the Experience the Sound event on Sunday. Beachgoers wandered up to the Bruce Museum Seaside Center with buckets of creatures to have them identified, watch the Osprey Cam, and learn about shellfish and various conservation efforts in Town. Continue Reading →

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Don’t Miss the Shellfish Commission’s 12th Annual Experience the Sound Event

This year new participants include a seaweed farmer from The Kelp Farm with information and seaweed tasting, plus an oyster cage fishing boat, face painting a caricaturist, and much more. This is a great, family friendly event! Continue Reading →

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Parks & Rec Update: Online Beach Pass Renewal, Deficient Hamill Rink, Pool Update

The tentative date for an opening ceremony of the Greenwich Pool at Byram Park is June 2. Opening day would be June 3 would be opening day. Dorothy Hamill Rink has code violations and is not regulation size. There is an RFP for $30,000 to update the Hamill Rink 2004 evaluation study. Continue Reading →

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