NatioNal Heritage Corridor



NatioNal Heritage Corridor
N at i o n a l H e r i ta g e C o r r i d o r
We work for a healthy environment. We work to preserve the
traditional character of your town. We work for an energized
place to grow your business and provide a great quality of life.
– P. Bradford Cheney
K. Carpenter
Message from the Chairman
I am pleased to report that The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) has completed
another successful year. Walktober saw an increase of 25% in participation
for the 23rd annual program. TLGV measured $278 million in the economic
impacts of tourism for 2013, with more than 1.9 million visitors enjoying our
beautiful National Heritage Corridor through activities like outdoor recreation,
sightseeing, and fairs and festivals. More than 1,200 students received handson environmental science education through our Watershed Education
Program, inspiring them to make sound choices for the place where they live.
TLGV worked with hundreds of volunteers who donated 1,323 hours of their
time to clean up trails and river ways, monitor water quality, and represent
TLGV at public events, a value of $153,649. TLGV has connected residents
to producers more directly and now locally-produced foods are the norm at
eateries and markets, not an anomaly.
There are over 315,000 people that live here in The Last Green Valley. We work
for a healthy environment. We work to preserve the traditional character of
your town. We work for an energized place to grow your business and provide
a great quality of life.
Our goal is simple: we strive to bring the best that New England has to offer
to all who visit or live here. With the help of volunteers, the support of our 35
member towns, and the hard work of our talented staff, we will continue the
important work to meet that challenging goal.
P. Bradford Cheney
Chairman, TLGV Board of Directors
TLGV Staff
Charlene Perkins Cutler
Executive Director & CEO
Lois Bruinooge
Deputy Executive Director
Michelle Bourgeois
Director of Sustainability
Bill Reid
Chief Ranger
Sharon Wakely
Finance Administrator
Valerie Imre
Program Coordinator
LyAnn Graff
Administrative Assistant
And contractors
Christine Armstrong
Education Outreach
Louise Muller
Web Technician
TLGV Board
of Directors
P. Bradford Cheney
Woodstock, CT
Jason Vincent
Vice Chairman
Griswold, CT
Myra Ambrogi
Plainfield, CT
Thomas E. Dufresne
Southbridge, MA
Donna Baron
Lebanon, CT
Elsie Bisset
Voluntown, CT
Rick Hermonot
Sterling, CT
Bill Jobbagy
Coventry, CT
Alexandra McNitt
Sturbridge, MA
Mike Nelson
Norwich, CT
Elaine Knowlton
Brooklyn, CT
Norma O’Leary
Thompson, CT
Wayde Schmidt
Pomfret, CT
Joan St. Ament
Woodstock, CT
Jean Sullivan
Brimfield, MA
Eric Thomas
CT Governor’s designee
Hartford, CT
Brian Wells
Mansfield, CT
The Last
Green Valley
in action
The TLGV Education
Program strives to reach
the greatest number of
students and be active
in different forms of
learning that will inspire
a depth of understanding
and commitment to the
stewardship of The Last
Green Valley by future
generations. Initiated in
May, 2013 the program
has already served more
than 1100 students in 12
different towns.
Watershed Education
Module – is presented in
the classroom by Christine
Armstrong, TLGV Ranger
and Education Outreach
Coordinator. The program
uses a model watershed
to communicate the
importance of keeping
our water clean as it
flows through and under
The Last Green Valley
landscape. Students are
inspired to make sound
environmental decisions.
Cost $24,762
B. Cohen
Recreation &
Water Trails Video – a
partnership with high
school students and the
National Park Service to
video document water
trails for safety and
education. The final
products will be available
to the public on the TLGV
Cost $17,043
Water Trails Development
– a partnership among
the TLGV Water Trails
Committee, US Army
Corps of Engineers, CDEEP,
nonprofits, municipalities
and businesses to provide
safe and convenient
access for residents and
visitors to water resources
in the National Heritage
Corridor. The project includes
improving water trail access
sites, installing kiosks with
professionally designed and
current information and maps,
and producing paddle guides
and interactive maps (available
on the website).
Cost $117,950
Cleanups – a support system
to municipalities, nonprofits,
business associations and
youth groups for community
projects to clean up rivers,
roads, parks and paths.
Last year, more than 1,000
volunteers removed more
than 11 tons of trash from the
National Heritage Corridor.
Cost $10,605
TLGV Rangers – coordinated
by Chief Ranger Bill Reid,
TLGV Rangers are trained
volunteers who are
conversant in all things
TLGV, deliver presentations
to the community, and assist
at major events. They are
the public face of TLGV and
provide hundreds of hours of
service throughout the year.
Cost $74,235
Seasonal programs –
Chief Ranger Bill Reid
also organizes numerous
experiences, including the
Mid-Winter Eagle Survey
and Earth Month, to connect
residents first-hand to the
resources of the National
Heritage Corridor.
Cost $52,466
G. Teja
Southern New England
Heritage Forests – a
regional project to
strengthen forest
stewardship by educating
woodland owners about
forest management and
conservation techniques.
TLGV is coordinating
an aspect of the project
and partnering with the
North East State Foresters
Association, U.S. Forest
Service, state forestry
agencies, and many
nonprofits in Connecticut,
Massachusetts, and
Rhode Island to
implement this project.
Cost $36,671
Water Quality Monitoring
– uses more than a
hundred trained volunteers
throughout the watershed
to measure essential
data for EPA, CDEEP and
MDEP with professional
equipment. This allows
state and federal agencies
to prioritize funding
for clean ups and other
watershed conservation
Cost $42,275
Thames River Basin
Partnership –
dozens of agencies and
organizations come
together each quarter to
share resources, develop
strategies, and implement
regional approaches
to natural resource
protection. TLGV provides
funding to coordinate
the quarterly meetings
and annual “floating”
Cost $3,000
TLGV Sustainable
Communities – provides
continuing education for
land use decision makers,
particularly the volunteers
in our municipalities who
are constantly changing.
Cost $31,687
K. Carpenter
G. L. Sweetnam
Natural Resource
Agvocate – a multi-level
partnership to help
communities become more
farm friendly. To date,
the Agvocate has worked
with 14 towns that have
developed their own
agriculture commissions
or committees, improved
local land use practices,
and produced educational
materials and events for
residents on the value
of agriculture in their
Cost $19,685
Mastering the Business
of Agriculture (MBAg) –
curriculum development
and technical assistance
in business planning for
farmers, an essential
element for diversification
and expansion financing
and planning.
Cost $133,736
Development &
Walktober – 23rd
year with a record
number (164) of free
guided walks, hikes,
bike rides, paddles
and special events to
connect approximately
45,000-50,000 residents
and visitors to the
region’s rich resources.
Tremendous economic
driver for local
Cost $30,162
TLGV Tourism Brand
Development and
Promotion – advertising
nature-based recreation,
small town New
England experiences
and agritourism to draw
tourism dollars to the
region. Developing special
initiatives like Green Lights
to energize tourism during
winter months. Impacts
measured: 1.9 million
visitors annually who had
an economic impact of
$278 million region-wide.
Cost $58,163
The Guide to The Last
Green Valley – annual
fulfillment product
for tourism inquiries
and information racks/
centers featuring
dining, shopping,
outdoor recreations,
agri-businesses, seasonal
calendar of events and
substantial editorial copy.
Cost $65,881
J. Gothreau
Our Major Sponsors
We are most grateful to all of our major sponsors who stepped forward to support TLGv’s work in 2013. We thank them all.
Connecticut Light & Power
was TLGV’s first corporate
sponsor years ago. CL&Ps
consistent support and
encouragement for the
work of this organization
has nurtured our sustainability and credibility. TLGV is
very thankful for our partnership.
First Niagara Bank
entered into a multi-year
collaboration with TLGV
in 2013, supporting the
organization’s work by providing logistical services and
office space. We are very grateful and look forward to
many years of productive partnership.
Millenium Power Partners, L.P. has supported
TLGV for a number of years, particularly in
the stewardship of the Quinebaug River.
It’s support has been essential for TLGV
watershed projects and will help us to achieve
many of our long term goals.
Among TLGV’s perennial
partners are Southbridge
Savings Bank and Savings
Institute Bank & Trust whose
support of programs like
Walktober has enabled TLGV to
reach wider audiences.
Keith and Elaine Knowlton have provided leadership
and years of service to sustain TLGV.
Financial Statements
Balance Sheet
The Last Green Valley, Inc. as of September 30, 2013,
Audited Financial Statement
Current Assets:
Grant Receivable
Inventory 870
Prepaid Expenses
Total Current Assets 216,478
Property and Equipment:
Machinery and Equipment
Less: Accumulated Depreciation (24,731)
Net Property and Equipment
$ 217,589
Liabilities and Net Assets
Accounts Payable
$ 24,500
Accrued Expenses
Total Current Liabilities
Total Net Assets 167,689
$ 217,589
FY2013 Income Sources
FY2013 Expense Allocations
n National Park Service $689,121
n Sales, merchandise
n Grants
n Contributions
n Memberships/Fees
n Interest Income
n Advertising Income 17,100
n Fundraising Event
n Member Activities
Total Income
n Programming &
n Administration &
n Membership &
Development 62,041
Total Expense Allocation$809,102
Thank you to all TLGV Members & Donors
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Dr. Gwen Haaland, Ph.D.
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Joshua’s Tract Conservation
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Capen Hill Nature Sanctuary
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18th Century Purity Farm
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Circle C Campground, Inc.
Roberta Cook
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Peter Deary
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Gary L. & Catherine A. Donn
Ann Dunnack
The Farmer’s Cow
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Lucille A. Langlois
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Publick House Historic Inn
Putnam Plastics
Janet Robertson
Sharpe Hill Vineyard
Sweet Peas Fine Foods &
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Vegware US, Inc.
Webco Chemical Corp.
Westford Hill Distillers
WINY-AM Radio Station
Woodstock Hill Preserves
ABC Rent-A-Tent
Richard & Linda Auger/
Taylor Brooke Winery,
Blue Pine Outdoors
Heath Drury Boote &
Shep Boote
Charter Oak Federal
Credit Union
P. Bradford Cheney
Church Street Storage, LLC
The Citizens National Bank
CME Associates, Inc.
Elaine Crooke
Charlene & Doug Cutler
Eastern Savings Bank
Farm Credit East
Tony Felice &
Marybeth Gorke-Felice
John & Joan Gray
Newell & Betty Hale
Rebecca M. Harvey
Marjorie L. Hoskin
Ivanhoe Tool & Die Co., Inc.
Jewett City Savings Bank
Bill & Silvia Jobbagy
The Mansion at Bald Hill
Mills Family Charitable Trust
Paul Wakely Builders, LLC
Putnam Bank
ReMax Regional Office
Savers Bank
Spirol International Corp.
Vienna Restaurant &
Historic Inn
Keith & Elaine Knowlton
Savings Institute Bank
& Trust
Southbridge Savings Bank
Verizon Wireless Zone
Millennium Power
Partners, L.P.
Connecticut Light & Power
First Niagara Bank
A Dabrowski
Hans & Christina Koehl
Marilyn L. Labbe
Ann Barry & Dennis Landis
Paul & Louise Lee
Scott & Rebecca Lehmann
Leslie Lewis
Bonnie & Gary Lipstreu
Lisbon Historical Society
Lord Thompson Manor
Main Street Grille
Mansfield Drive-In Theatre
& Marketplace
Maple Lane Farms
Maxine Marcy
Diane & Jeffrey Marshall
Jeff & Cheryl Mathieu
Loretta McHugh
Meiklem Kiln Works Art &
Centerspace Wellness
Alan & Katherine Miller
David Mitchell
Chris Mooney
David J. Morris
Louise Muller
David & Karen Nelson
Michael & Mandy Nelson
Michael J. & Tenley G.
New Boston Beef
Denise Noiseux
OFS Fitel, LLC
Thomas & Marie Olson
Panache of Putnam, LLC
John & Patricia Papini
Bruce & Linda Parsons
Partridge Hill Gardens
The Past Antiques Market
& Museum
David Patenaude, Sr.
Peppertree Camping, Inc.
Pine Hill Alpaca Farm, LLC
Pizza Pizzazz
Plainfield Historical
Plainfield Lions Club, Inc.
Pomfret Lions Club
Pomfret Proprietors
Pomfret School
Gary Powell
June Powell
Putnam Business
Howard Raphaelson
Ken & Nancy Rawn
Rawson Materials
Bill & Ellen Rewinski
Rhode Island Canoe &
J. Gothreau
David & Evelyn Duffner
Thomas & Lynne Dufresne
Lucian Dzialo
Jerome & Diane Ethier
The Fabric Stash
Falcon Farm
Mary & Ken Feathers
Linda C. Felt
Fidelity Charitable Gift
Finnish-American Heritage
Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc.
Flying Carpet Studio
John Folsom
Kerstin Forrester
Frog Rock Rest Stop, LLC
Roger & Nancy Gale
Garden Gate Florist
The Gardens at Bassetts
Bridge Farm
Janet & Bob Garon
Tom & Nancy Gerseny
Golden Lamb Buttery
Dave Goodrich
Albert Gosselin, Sr., M.D.
Goudreau’s at Nash’s
Garden Center
Grant’s Berry Patch
Sonia & Kevin Greene
Griswold Corporation
Ann Gruenberg
Gwyn Careg Inn
Roswell & Gretchen Hall
Harp and Dragon, LLC
Roslyn Harrington
Russell F. Harris
Heart & Home
Highland Festival
Association of
Scotland, CT
Holiday Inn Express
The Hoot
Hull Forest Products, Inc.
Hurme Radio TV &
Patricia Hynson
Alice B. Jansen
Jessica Tuesdays
Christopher Johnson
Faith L. Johnson
Robert E. & Joan Johnson
William Johnson
Ayla Kardestuncer
Doug Kehl
Quentin & Margaret Kessel
King’s Inn
The forests of The Last
Green Valley are filtering
1.2 million tons of carbon
from the air each year,
creating 1.4 million tons
of new topsoil, and
producing enough oxygen
for 8.3 million people,
more than 27 times its
population of 300,000.
William Jobbagy
Non-Profit Org.
U.S. Postage
Danielson, CT
Permit No. 111
The Last Green Valley, Inc.
P.O. Box 29
203B Main Street
Danielson, CT 06239-0029
P.O. Box 186
Southbridge, MA 01550
860-774-8543 fax
Email: [email protected]
Design by Angell House Design
Printed by Chase Graphics
on recycled paper with soy-based inks.
Cover photos by:
Top - A. Dabrowski
Bottom left - A. Dabrowski
Bottom right top - M. Christina
Bottom right middle - E. Nachilo
Bottom right bottom - A. Dabrowski
R. Lansit