Restoring Habitat on the Lower Connecticut River

An elm replanted by The Nature Conservancy (Credit: CT Examiner/Werth)


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LYME -- Standing in the middle of Lord Cove, on the edge of the Connecticut River, you can see thousands of salt marsh bulrushes poking up through the muck everywhere, a plant that has appeared on th...

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