In May of 2014, the Connecticut State House of Representatives and Senate generously conveyed 34 acres of pristine state farmland to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation, Inc. Located on Old Farm Road in the heart of Newtown, Connecticut. The property’s breathtaking woodlands and rolling meadows will one day be home to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary.
As we continue to make progress on the physical structure, we see Catherine’s vision unfolding before our very eyes. Recently, a steel pavilion sculpture was generously erected on the property – a quiet place to meet, have a picnic and enjoy the beautiful views.
As the Sanctuary proceeds through the permitting and regulatory process in 2016-2017, our goal is to officially break ground for the main building in 2018.
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