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Calling all avid outdoor enthusiasts! 
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is undertaking an update of Connecticut’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP).  We extend an invitation for you to assist in the creation of the 2017 SCORP by participating in a brief survey. The survey provides the unique opportunity for individuals from a variety of outdoor recreation interests to provide feedback that will help shape SCORP over the next five years. Thank you in advance for your time in completing the survey.
Shared Waterways: Safety of Recreational and Commercial Vessels in the Marine Transportation System- This report provides the NTSB’s findings as well as recommendations to improve shared waterway safety.
Northeast Ocean Plan-The final version of the Plan was certified by the National Ocean Council on December 1, 2016.
Executive Order- President Obama issued an Executive Order regarding safeguards against invasive species.
For information or if you have questions about Boating in Connecticut, please email us at, call 860-434-8638 or send postal mail to:
Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Boating Division
P.O. Box 280 (333 Ferry Road)
Old Lyme, CT  06371-0280