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We are defined by who we are and where we live. From Twin Lakes in Salisbury (where the dreaded zebra mussels have taken hold) to the mighty Connecticut and Thames rivers and the vast and majestic Long Island Sound, we are a state whose identity is often tied to our proximity to water. Yet at the beginning of the 21st century, we have a clarion call to action. Now is the time to do something, to make a difference and to protect our waterways for our children's children. Use less fertilizer, make a donation, join a community-wide clean up. We have an obligation to be stewards of our waterways. The time to act is now. The cause could not be greater.
Editor in Chief