Twin Lakes Causeway Project Presented by Jeffrey J. Keenan Featuring Tim Abbott – December 21, 2020

This is a video with information about Twi Lakes Causeway, featuring aspects of a project that is under consideration by property owner Jeffrey J. Keenan. This video features Tim Abbott.

Tim Abbott has been a conservation leader in our region for over twenty years, working with The Nature Conservancy and the Trust for Public Land before joining the Housatonic Valley Association in 2008. As HVA’s Regional Land Conservation & Greenprint Director, he has helped nearly three dozen conservation organizations and agencies secure more than $16,000,000 in public and private funding and protect more than 10,000 acres of family farmland, woodlands and other special places in Western New England and Eastern New York. He is a strong advocate for regional conservation partnerships, effective conservation policies at the local, state and national levels, and the many benefits that land protection provides to our communities. He is currently spearheading a new multi-partner initiative – Follow the Forest – which seeks to protect a North/South climate corridor of connected and protected habitat between the lower Hudson Valley and Canada. Tim serves on Connecticut’s Natural Heritage, Open Space & Watershed Land Acquisition Review Board, is a member of the RCP Network Steering Committee and of Senator Chris Murphy’s Conservation Advisory Council. He administers the Connecticut State Committee of the Highlands Coalition and is a past chair of the Connecticut Land Conservation Council. He received a B.A. in English from Haverford College in 1990, holds an M.A. in International Development from Clark University (1996), and was the recipient in 1996 of a J. William Fulbright Fellowship in Namibia, southern Africa. When not saving land, he is actively involved in researching and interpreting America’s Revolutionary period and is president of a Revolutionary War reenacting nonprofit.


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