A Tuning Fork for Conservation by Amos S. Eno, President, Resources First Foundation, November 4, 2012

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This is the presentation to the Simsbury Connecticut Land Trust given by Amos Eno, President, Resources First Foundation on November 4, 2012.

Today in the world of conservation the tide is changing, public funds for the long cherished environmental agenda of public land acquisition are running out with the ebbing tides at both the federal and state levels. The choice facing us, is do we try to swim against the tide, or go with it and realign our objectives? Having spent my life by the ocean, being respectful of the forces of nature, I am throwing my lot with the tide. It is high time for a conservation realignment.

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