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Marven Moss

Community Advisor

Marven Moss has had a long career as a writer and editor including working for the New York Times as well as Brink's Inc., corporate spokesman for 21 years. He was associate editor for both Golf Digest and Tennis Magazine. He is the co-founder of the Monroe Land Trust and Tree Conservancy. He is past president of the Fairchester Communication Council and the Fairfield County Public Relations Association.

Marven Moss's Contributions

  1. Norwalk Couple Named Tree Advocates Of The Year

    Norwalk Couple Named Tree Advocates Of The Year

    NORWALK, Conn. – John and Lucy Jinishian, a couple dedicated to restoring the tree canopy in their Marvin Beach neighborhood, have been named the 2016 Tree Advocates of the Year by the Norwalk Tree Alliance. They will be officially recognized and presented with a plaque at the 10th Annual Connecticut Tree Festival on Saturday in Cranbury Park, a free family-oriented outing that runs ...

  2. Norwalk Land Trust Volunteers Clean Up Farm Creek Preserve

    Norwalk Land Trust Volunteers Clean Up Farm Creek Preserve

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Volunteers assembled by the Norwalk Land Trust at the Farm Creek Preserve on Saturday as part of a mobilization in Rowayton to clean up debris and put down mulch. Those who took part are pictured in the photo, from left, Pooja Parikh, Jasmine Portugual, Midge Kennedy, Jeff Ackerman, Sarah Graber, Dan Verel, Mary Verel and John Verel, Rich Baskin, Kathy Morey, Adair ...

  3. Monroe Land Trust Distributes Chestnut Seeds To Students For Arbor Day

    Monroe Land Trust Distributes Chestnut Seeds To Students For Arbor Day

    MONROE, Conn. -- To mark Arbor Day on Friday, April 29, the Monroe Land Trust and Tree Conservancy and Park Ranger David Solek distributed two American chestnut seeds and planting instructions to 250 seventh-grade students at Jockey Hollow School. The event also marked Monroe’s recognition from the U.S. Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA for the 12th consecutive year.From left, ...

  4. Norwalk Land Trust Provides Critical Habitat To Ten Species Of Wildlife

    Norwalk Land Trust Provides Critical Habitat To Ten Species Of Wildlife

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Three of the Norwalk Land Trust’s properties — the Farm Creek Nature Preserve in Rowayton, the White Barn Preserve in the Cranbury District and Hoyt Island off Village Creek in South Norwalk — provide a critical nesting and foraging habitat for 10 species of wildlife in need of protection, according to the latest listing of the Connecticut Department of Energy and ...

  5. Photographers Invited To Enter Connecticut Tree Festival Contest

    Photographers Invited To Enter Connecticut Tree Festival Contest

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Tree Alliance is taking entries for the fourth annual Flowering Tree Photo Contest and announces the upcoming Connecticut Tree Festival Saturday, May 21 in Cranbury Park, Norwalk.Prizes will be awarded for the photos and they will be displayed at the Connecticut Tree Festival.The contest is open to residents of Connecticut for images taken in the state, ...

  6. The 'Right Tree in the Right Place' Talk Scheduled At Norwalk City Hall

    The 'Right Tree in the Right Place' Talk Scheduled At Norwalk City Hall

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A free public talk on “Planting the Right Tree in the Right Place” will be hosted by the Norwalk Tree Alliance Wednesday on the third floor of Norwalk City Hall. Representatives from the Vegetation Management Department of Eversource Energy will be the presenters. They are Doug Pistawka, supervisor, and Eric Barber, arborist. Eversource Energy serves 3.6 million ...

  7. Monroe Citizen Of The Year Recognized At Town Meeting

    Monroe Citizen Of The Year Recognized At Town Meeting

    MONROE, Conn. — Nancy Zorena has been selected as Monroe’s Citizen of the Year and will be recognized officially at a town council meeting at 8 p.m. May 23, preceded by a reception in the land use area with light refreshments and music at 7:15 p.m. The public is invited to join. Reservations are not required and there is no charge. Steve Vavrek, the first selectman whose office ...

  8. Zorena Chosen As Monroe's Citizen Of The Year For 2016

    Zorena Chosen As Monroe's Citizen Of The Year For 2016

    MONROE, Conn. -- Nancy Zorena, a driving force in bringing Monroe’s history to life and a builder of a portfolio of community service inside and outside the classroom for more than 40 years, has been selected as Monroe’s Citizen of the Year for 2016. She is to be recognized at a Town Council meeting May 23 starting at 8 p.m. A reception will be held before in the Land Use Area with ...

  9. Shakespeare On The Sound Brings 'Hamlet' To Rowayton

    Shakespeare On The Sound Brings 'Hamlet' To Rowayton

    ROWAYTON, Conn. -- Shakespeare on the Sound will return to Rowayton's Pinkney Park to perform "Hamlet."The Norwalk-based theater group aims to provide professional, affordable, open-air productions of Shakespeare and related authors in Fairfield County, according to the group's website.In the past, Shakespeare on the Sound has performed such plays as "Romeo & ...

  10. Burnaska Elected Head Of Monroe Conservation And Water Resources Commission

    Burnaska Elected Head Of Monroe Conservation And Water Resources Commission

    MONROE, Conn. -- Karen Burnaska, Monroe’s first selectman from 1995 to 2001, has been elected to a one-year term as chair of the Monroe Conservation and Water Resources Commission. Burnaska succeeds Michael O’Reilly, who has become an alternate member of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Marven Moss succeeded Burnaska as vice chairman of the conservation commission, and Beverly Doyle ...

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