This website gives the history of the library, information on programs, new books and has a searchable database of its holdings.
The town homepage sponsored by the Killingworth Chamber of Commerce. Includes list of town offices and officers, chamber of commerce members, photos of town, and more..
A site with photos and life histories of the frogs and salamanders of Connecticut. Includes recordings of frog calls. Most of the photos were taken in Killingworth.
The Haddam Land Trust was founded in 1964 as a private, non-profit corporation. Its purpose is to engage in and otherwise promote, for the benefit of the residents of Haddam, the preservation of their natural resources.
The objects of the Connecticut Butterfly Association shall be to promote the awareness and appreciation of butterflies and moths; locate, inventory and encourage preservation of butterfly and moth habitat; and develop and maintain a lepidoptera database.
An organization working to protect CT's rarest plants, animals, and natural areas.
Founded in 1964, the Madison Land Conservation Trust was one of the first Land Trusts, both in Connecticut and the nation. Their mission is "To engage in and otherwise promote for the benefit of the general public, the preservation of natural resources of the Town of Madison."
A list of resources concerning biological diversity in Connecticut.
A huge listing of environmental organizations and resources by topic.
The clearing house of information from our state agency whose mission is "...conserving, protecting and improving the natural resources and environment of the state..."
A State agency "putting science to work for society".
An interesting site with info on all matter of flora and fauna. You can also have your questions answered by an expert.
"We Serve" - Our motto says it all - the Lions are a bunch of guys who get together to do good things for the good people of Killingworth.
Moth photos and comments - from a Killingworth yard.
A community news and information source for Killingworth, Connecticut. Coverage is selective and intended to give a daily update on town news and happenings. (The fastest way to find out what's happening in town!)
A non-profit organization specializing in the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey. The facility is located on 254 Roast Meat Hill Road in Killingworth.
Preserving their town's natural resources ...
The Clinton Land Conservation Trust, Inc. was founded in 1967 by concerned citizens as a private, non-profit organization chartered by the State of Ct.
"We are a group of amateur and professional botanists who share an interest in the plants and habitats of Connecticut and the surrounding region. The society was founded in 1903. Our goals are to increase knowledge of the state's flora, to accumulate a permanent botanical record, and to promote conservation and public awareness of the state's rich natural heritage."
The society’s major function is to discover and collect any material which may help to establish or illustrate the history of the area its exploration, settlement, development and activities in peace and in war; its progress in population, wealth, education, arts, science, agriculture, manufacturers, trade and transportation.
The Killingworth Foundation is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to increasing the amount and the impact of local philanthropy in order to enhance the quality of life for the citizens and the community of Killingworth, Connecticut.
"Founded in 2003, the KWO is a local group of philanthropic women volunteers dedicated to helping others in our town and to maintaining a network of women to build a stronger sense of community for ourselves and others."