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Dec 1 2015
There was once a place called Dragon, in the east. A place where oysters thrived and Quinnipiac arrowheads could be found simply by tilling the soil of your garden. It got its name for the seals that...
Oct 20 2015
Estrogen, fertilizers, plastic and heavy metals may kill entire species of fish in the Quinnipiac River—and limit humans’ dinner and recreation options. Unless four University of New Haven...
Oct 19 2015
A new handbook has made it easier for the public to be involved in the permitting process that regulates the use of the three major rivers in Greater New Haven.  The Urban River Permits Review and...
Jul 13 2015
Young stewards from Solar Youth, the New Haven-based youth empowerment program, traveled to the Quinnipiac River Watershed Association for a river adventure. First stop: the Wallace dam for an...
Jun 10 2015
After more than a decade of waiting, work has finally begun on the Fireworks Island leg of the Quinnipiac River Linear Trail in Wallingford. An official groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 5 to...

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