Nearly 60 volunteers and 10 coordinators braved the muddy conditions to plant over 3000 plants over 3 hours. This is part of an ongoing process with the goal of converting 1 acre of mudflats into salt marsh, a feat calling for 12,000 individual cordgrass plants.
Tyler Archer, our fisheries program lead, hit DC last week to support Long Island Sound.
You’re invited! The first joint show of two artists: John Sargent in pastel and paint, and Bob Lorenz in photography. Opening Reception Thursday, November 6th 5:00 to 7:30 pm Light refreshments provided. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-787-0646 x117 Acton Library 60 Old Boston Post Road Old Saybrook, Connecticut You’ll enjoy beautiful depictions of Plum and engage …
Since this week is the peak of fall foliage and color around the northeast, we’d love to see your stunning pictures! Send us images of trees in full color, festive pumpkins, or anything that’s quintessentially fall! You can enter up to three photos.