DEEP: News Releases - 2015
News Releases - 2015
March
3/27/2015DEEP Reminds Anglers that Opening Day is Saturday, April 11th
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is reminding anglers that recent changes to sport fishing regulations included moving the date of Opening Day of trout season forward by one week, from the third to the second Saturday in April. This means Opening Day for the 2015 season is April 11.
3/27/2015Prohibition on the Taking of Alewife and Blueback Herring from Connecticut Waters Extended for another Year
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today announced that the prohibition on the taking of alewives and blueback herring from most inland and marine waters in Connecticut has been extended for another year.
3/25/2015CT DEEP Requests Proposals for Recreational Trails Grants
  Applications for the CT Recreational Trails Grants Program are due by July 1, 2015.
3/24/2015DEEP Announces Almost 1 Million Gallons of Recreational Boat Sewage Removed from Vessels in 2014, and $1 Million in Grants Awarded for Marine Sewage Disposal Facilities for the 2015 Boating Season
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today announced that during the 2014 boating season, pumpout facilities removed a record level of 995,000 gallons of recreational marine sewage from vessels in Long Island Sound and Candlewood Lake.
3/18/2015Environmental Programming at Kellogg Environmental Center, Derby
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announces an April program at Kellogg Environmental Center, Derby on orchids for the entire family.
3/17/2015DEEP Releases Final IRP - Report Assess Outlook for Availability and Price of Power
  Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today released its final 2014 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), saying that energy initiatives to reduce the demand for electricity and encourage the deployment of cleaner energy sources remain critical as the state and region will face challenges with the price and supply of power over the next 10 years.