“Estuary,” a Quarterly Magazine about the Connecticut River, Goes to Print

Dick Shriver, publisher of Estuary (CT Examiner/Stroud)


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The first issue of “Estuary: Life of the Connecticut River,” is at the printers and will be available this spring.

“All 80 pages of it will be printed and mailed at the end of next week,” said Richard Shriver, the publisher of the new quarterly magazine when he stopped by the Connecticut Examiner offices on Tuesday. “The theme is science and conservation, but it touches on recreation, history and the challenges the river faces.”

The first issue — which is available in print and digital form — contains 26 articles featuring wildlife photography and interviews with a wide variety of local writers and experts in the field.

After nearly two years of work, Shriver said he is excited to see how the magazine is received and where the next issue will take him.

The magazine will be shipped for free to all Connecticut River Museum and Connecticut River Conservancy members, but print and digital copies can still be purchased through Estuary Ventures.