Resources & Research

Here you can find literature, links, and videos related to the Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor.  By clicking on the links under documents you will be redirected to PDF files.  From there you may read, save, or print.


Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor Brochure
by R. Williams (2014)

Sandy Brook Natural Area Preserve Management Plan (Draft)
by H. White (2011)

Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor Overview Map
by J. Anderson & R. Williams (Last Revised 12/05/2013)

Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor Poster
by J. Anderson & R. Williams (2013)

Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor Brochure
by J. Anderson (2012)

Natural Resource Inventory: Norfolk, CT
by Town of Norfolk, CT (2009)

The Vegetation of Connecticut II. Virgin Forests
by George E. Nichols (1913)
A description of the last significant tract of old-growth forest in Connecticut, directly adjacent to Aton Forest's eastern boundary, and written by Frank E. Egler's professor.


Aton Forest Research and Publications
A collection of research papers from Aton Forest, including select works of Frank E. Egler.

Litchfield Hills Greenprint Collaborative Map Portal
An interactive map of northwest Connecticut including data on protected properties, critical habitats, and much more.

Wildlands & Woodlands Initiative
A vision of forest conservation throughout New England.

Regional Conservation Partnership Network
An overview of Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCP) and specifically those working in New England.

Scenic and Wild Connecticut
A grassroots organization dedicated to preserving the exceptional natural and cultural resources of Connecticut.

Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE)
A continually updated database of invasive and potentially invasive plants in New England.

UCONN Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR)
University of Connecticut's website containing a variety of imagery, research, and GIS data related to land use in CT.

UCONN Map and Geographic Information Center (MAGIC)
University of Connecticut's website containing aerial photography, GIS data, maps, and more.

CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's GIS database.


Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasives
Learn how to reduce the possibility of spreading invasive species when kayaking and canoeing.