Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its bi-state program Save the Sound announced Wednesday that the organization has adopted a new logo to reflect its holistic approach to protecting the land, air, and water of Connecticut and Long Island Sound. CFE/Save the Sound is also moving its headquarters to accommodate a growing staff.
Curt Johnson, executive director of Save the Sound, joins Yankee Fisherman Thursday, March 31, at 1 p.m. at HAN.Network to discuss the health of the Long Island Sound.
Save the Sound merged into Connecticut Fund for the Environment in 2004. Over the last decade, the united organization has thrived and grown, with diverse expertise — in the law, engineering, policy, outreach, and more — making CFE/Save the Sound one of the most powerful and flexible environmental organizations in Connecticut and the Long Island Sound region. The organization has previously used two logos to represent the CFE and Save the Sound brands, but last year decided to the time had come to show CFE/Save the Sound’s unified strength with one new logo. The organization will continue to use both the Connecticut Fund for the Environment and Save the Sound names, and the mission and programmatic priorities remain unchanged.

The new logo, designed by marketing firm Adams and Knights with the guidance and collaboration of CFE/Save the Sound Board members and staff, reflects the organization’s vision for our region: clear skies, healthy landscapes, and clean water teeming with life, all intertwined.

The CFE/Save the Sound headquarters will move from its present location on Temple Street in New Haven to a larger space facing the Green. The new address is 900 Chapel Street, Upper Mezzanine, New Haven, CT 06510. The Western Sound program office will remain at 545 Tompkins Ave, 3rd Floor, Mamaroneck, NY 10543.

More information is available on CFE/Save the Sound’s website at ctenvironment.org.