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Town of Monroe Natural Resources Inventory

The Conservation and Water Resources Commission has by virtue of Connecticut Statute been given the task of regulating, developing and conserving the natural resources within the towns territorial limits.

Natural resources can be classified into Renewable i.e. ones that can be replenished fairly easily such as forests and fields and Non-Renewable such as fossil fules, minerals, plant and animal species.

Our endevers have thus far been limited to compiling an inventory. The following is a list of the available maps pertaining to the towns natural resources identified so far.

Community Resource Inventory

Build your own interactive map of Monroe at CRI online


Open Space in Monroe



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Please be patient the map is contained in a large file.

We welcome your comments concerning any errors in the map.
Please direct your comments to Monroe Conservation"
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The Commission is dedicated to enriching the quality of life in Monroe by protecting the community's outdoor assets and water resources.

Commission Members

Chairman
Karen Burnaska

Vice Chairman
Marven Moss

Secretary
Ellie Krevolin

Treasurer
Ryan Driscoll

Members
Cynthia Giancaspro
Jeff Fulchino
Barbara Thomas

Liaisons
Ranger Dave Solek

The Monroe Conservation Commission
meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm
in the Town Hall conference room.
Public participation is welcome.
Email us at Monroe Conservation with questions, comments or concerns about our properties
WebMaster Michael O'Reilly.

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