DEEP: News Releases - 2014
News Releases - 2014
6/20/2014State Environmental Conservation Police Charge Bristol Resident With Illegal Fishing Activity
  The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s Environmental Conservation (En Con) Police today charged Jose Medina, age 22, of Bristol for marine fisheries and motor vehicle violations.
6/11/2014DEEP Offers Advice for Snake Encounters
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is reminding residents that snakes are becoming more active at the same time people are venturing outdoors to enjoy the nice weather, do yard work, or participate in various outdoor activities like hiking
6/6/2014Governor’s Greenways Council Presents 15th Annual Greenways Awards
  The Governor’s Greenways Council today commended nine individuals and a non-profit organization that have made significant contributions to the promotion, development and enhancement of Greenways – linear open space in Connecticut – and designated five new greenways at a ceremony this morning along the Connecticut River Blueway at Goodwin College’s South Meadow Pavilion, East Hartford.
6/3/2014Sunrise State Park, East Haddam Reopened to Public for Recreational Use
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today announced the reopening of public access to Sunrise State Park, East Haddam.