FAIRFIELD - Crews were at the Centennial Watershed Forest today as part of continuing efforts to regenerate the Sandy-ravaged area.
The process started in January, when crews uprooted unhealthy trees to make room for new trees and plants. Crews today cleared out a large amount of land so trees can be planted.
Officials say unhealthy trees are vulnerable to bad weather and pose a safety threat.
Ultimately, around 130 acres of forest throughout five towns will be cleared out and given new trees. The project is set to be completed in May.