Collaborative among private and public institutions which develops and delivers innovations in biomedical science for healthcare applications.
Summary of proposed project which would develop an outdoor classroom and nature trails on the north branch of the Park River in order to encourage students, teachers and area residents to foster an understanding and appreciation of the natural environment found within the city of Hartford.
Amelia is an adult female peregrine falcon who's made her nest outside the 21st floor of the Travelers' tower in downtown Hartford. Webcam, photos and links to further information on falcons.
The 35 acres of grounds at The Institute of Living contain numerous trees representing rare or unusually large species. Many of the trees are thought to date back to the 1860's when the ground were redesigned by noted landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his associate, Jacob Weidenmann. Photos, illustrations and descriptions of trees provided.
Project overview, grants, progress report, fact sheet and other information.
Real time graphs and data for river index station located on the Connecticut River. From the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Stage data, including current conditions and historical daily mean or peakflow data.
Provides information on a broad range of environmental topics that affect the quality of life in the city, including lead poisoning, air quality and brownfields.
Reprint of 1998 report by Connecticut Department of Public Health and the Agency For Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
Report on number of active landfills, fossil fuel power plants, hazardous waste facilities, permitted air pollutors and other elements that degrade the quality of life.