Home & Garden Education Center
- A website to help manage problems in and around your home. A service offered by UCONN College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Service
UCONN Cooperative Extension System
- The University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System (CES) Web site provides practical learning resources to address complex problems of families, communities, agriculture, business and industry.
Farm Risk Management
- UCONN Cooperative Extension System can help farmers address farm management issues, including farm business planning, farm transfer and estate planning through workshops and training offered by UCONN's Farm Risk Management Team.
Working Lands Alliance
- Statewide coalition of farmers, conservationists and anti-hunger groups working together to increase the state's commitment to farmland preservation.
American Farmland Trust
- National organization working to stop the loss of productive farmland and promote farming practices that lead to a healthy environment at the federal, state and local levels.
USDA/Farm Service Agency
- administers and manages farm commodity, credit, conservation, disaster and loan programs as laid out by Congress through a network of federal, state and county offices.
USDA/Natural Resource Conservation Service
- worksd cooperatively with landowners, conservation districts, federal, state, and local governments, and citizens from urban and rural communities to restore and enhance the landscape.
CT Farm Bureau
- Non-governmental, voluntary organization of farm families united to find solutions for concerns facing production agriculture in Connecticut
CT FARMLAND TRUST
- State-wide land trust dedicated solely to farmland protection. CFT accepts donaltions of agricultural conservation easements and assists landowners with the sale of their dfevelopment rights
- Thousands of public elementary schools and private elementary schools throughout America are listed for your review. The list is broken down by city, elementary school districts, zip codes, or counties. The list also contains all public elementary schools and private elementary schools within the country. Statistics such as enrollment, the ratio of students to teachers are included as well as elementary school addresses, phone numbers, and other contact information.
- Non-credit, recreational, personal improvement, and career advancement courses are offered at nearby community sites including Lyman Memorial High School. A new selection of reasonably priced courses is offered each fall, winter, and spring.
- High-Schools.com is a resource that contains data on thousands of public and private high schools in the United States. We offer a extensive listing of high schools by city and state and school search tools. We list school data on each and every high school in the United States, including enrollment and student/teacher ratios, as well as school address and contact information.
- Search great local jobs and post your resume for FREE! Plus, get jobs emailed to you when you create an account.
- An independent, monthly publication serving the residents of Lebanon and N. Franklin CT
Friends of Lake Williams
- The Friends of Lake Williams (FLW) is an organization dedicated to preserving the natural beauty and usefulness of Lake Williams in Lebanon CT for anyone who enjoys the recreational pleasures that the lake has to offer.
- With just a few clicks of the mouse, visitors can: access a free, searchable database of child care providers in Connecticut; search for housing resources, utility assistance, volunteer opportunities or places to donate household items, clothes, etc., and so much more. The site recorded more than 800,000 searches in FY 11. Many visitors to the site are human service professionals who find online access an effective way to locate services needed by their clients, and still more are residents from across the state looking for programs serving their communities.
CT Conference of Municipalities (CCM)
- Connecticut's association of cities and towns. CCM represents municipalities at the General Assembly, before the State executive branch and regulatory agencies, and in the courts. A wide array of other services is also provided.
- CT Secretary of State website containing various election forms - voter registration, absentee ballot application, etc.
CT Council of Small Towns (COST)
- Info about legislative and other policy priorities affecting small towns; and resources and contact information to help managing and governing small towns.
CT Probate Court
- The Probate Courts handle a wide range of sensitive issues affecting children, the elderly, persons with intellectual disability, and individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
Lebanon Historical Society
- Explore Lebanon's rich and diverse history at this state-of-the-art museum and visitor center located on the historic Lebanon Green. The museum complex includes the award-winning interactive exhibition, "Turning the Soil: the Land and People of Lebanon," changing exhibitions, a library and research center, and visitor services. Public programs are also offered on a regular basis. Visitor information is available in our 24-hour Visitor Information Center.
- Threadcity.com celebrates the rich history and heritage of Willimantic, northeastern Connecticut's major urban center, in pictures and text.
American Memory from the Library of Congress
- American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity.
Connecticut Historical Society
- The Connecticut Historical Society is a non-profit museum, library, and education center. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of the diverse people - past and present - who have made our state their home.
Connecticut History Online
- The CHO website currently contains about 14,000 images of photographs, drawings and prints which may be searched or browsed in a variety of ways, including by keyword, subject, creator, title and date.
Avalon Project at Yale Law School
- The Avalon Project is dedicated to providing access via the World Wide Web to primary source materials in the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government.
Governor Samuel Huntington Trust
- The Governor Samuel Huntington Trust is dedicated to preserving, restoring and interpreting the birthplace of Samuel Huntington in Scotland, Connecticut. Huntington was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of the Continental Congress, President of the United States under the ratified Articles of Confederation, and Governor of Connecticut.
6th Connecticut Regiment
- Our goal is to educate the Publick through lectures, displays, and participation in Patriotic Ceremonies as well as School demonstrations.
Brigade of the American Revolution
- The Brigade is a non-profit living history association dedicated to recreating the life and times of the common soldier of the American War for Independence, 1775-1783. Members represent elements of all the armies then involved: Continental, Militia, British, Loyalist, German, French, Spanish, and Native American forces plus civilian men, women and children.
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
- This site provides sound historical information and interpretation of the basis, events, people, and consequences of the American Revolution against tyranny and the struggle for liberty and independence.
This site provides sound historical information and interpretation of the basis, events, people, and consequences of the American Revolution against tyranny and the struggle for liberty and independence.
Connecticut's Heritage and History
- The Connecticut Humanities Council created this comprehensive directory of the state’s history resources for teachers, students, researchers and others who want to better understand the world around them through the stories of our past.
Hale Collection of CT Cemetery Inscriptions
- Hale Collection of Connecticut Cemetery Inscriptions contains vital information from headstone inscriptions in over 2,000 Connecticut cemeteries that were recorded in a W.P.A. project directed by Charles R. Hale ca. 1932-5.
Connecticut Historical Resource Guide
- One of the 13 original U.S. Colonies, Connecticut is rich with history and culture. Established as a state in 1788, modern-day Connecticut retains its colonial heritage while offering all the art, fine dining, and nightlife of a sophisticated city. True to its revolutionary roots, Connecticut is a hub of innovation and many important inventions, ideas, and texts have come out of the state. The Constitution State sits on diversely beautiful country, with stunning New England coastline on one side and tranquil rolling hills on the other. Get to know this wonderful state for all of its beauty, history, and heritage. The resources gathered here will help you to explore the many interesting facets of Connecticut’s story.