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Treasures of Southeastern Connecticut

Our Proud History of Preserving Scenic Woodlands, Farms, the Shoreline and Other Natural Gems

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With its dazzling shoreline, white-sand beaches, lush forests, rolling meadows, pastures, orchards, scenic rivers, pristine lakes and glorious vistas, southeastern Connecticut boasts the most picturesque and varied natural attractions in the Nutmeg State.

Treasures of Southeastern Connecticut looks at the state parks, coastal areas, farms, and other natural areas in this corner of the state. The richly illustrated pictorial book explores both well-known sites and lesser known areas, with passages discussing the history of preserving land in the region as well as the present-day efforts of land trusts and other conservationists.

The book was authored by Steve Fagin, who writes a regular outdoor recreation column for The Day, and Dirk Langeveld, a marketing editor at the newspaper. Several guest authors also contributed including Amby Burfoot, Margarett L. Jones, Kristen Lambert, Beth Sullivan, Sidney Van Zandt, and Christine Woodside.

Featured essays include: 

  • Bluff Point, Groton
  • Haley Farm State Park, Groton
  • Barn Island, Stonington
  • Harkness Memorial State Park, Waterford
  • Rocky Neck State Park, East Lyme
  • Pachaug State Forest, Griswold/Voluntown/North Stonington
  • Minnie Island, Montville/Salem
  • Nehantic State Forest, Lyme/East Lyme/Salem
  • Selden Island, Lyme
  • Gillete Castle State Park, East Haddam
  • Avalonia Land Conservancy, Stonington/North Stonington/Preston/Griswold
  • Hoffman Preserve, Stonington
  • The Knox Preserve, Stonington
  • Groton Open Space Association
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Oswegatchie Hills and Save The River, Save the Hills, East Lyme/Waterford
  • Lyme Land Conservation Trust
  • The Preserve, Old Saybrook, Essex, Westbrook
  • Riverside Park, New London
  • Ocean Beach Park/Alewife Cove, New London
  • Connecticut College Arboretum, New London
  • Lantern Hill, Ledyard/North Stonington
  • Poquetanuck Cove Preserve, Gales Ferry
  • Morgan R. Chaney Sanctuary, Montville
  • Mohegan Park, Norwich
  • Uncas Leap, Norwich
  • Beriah Lewis Farm, North Stonington
  • New Mercies Farm, Lyme
  • Holmberg Orchards, Ledyard
  • Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm, Lyme
  • Morgan Farm, Ledyard
  • Old Orchard Farm, East Lyme
  • Tiffany Farms, Lyme
  • Long Island Sound
  • Connecticut River
  • Pawcatuck River
  • Eightmile River
  • Shetucket River
  • Sandy Point
  • Salmon River

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Priscila S.
Treasures of Southeastern CT

I bought this book for a gift because I have enjoyed the beautiful copy we have very much.

Candace S.
Treasures of Southeastern Connecticut

Beautiful photographs and stories of interesting places in the area. A great representation of life in this corner of CT

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