CT Receives $400,000 to Improve Sound

Long Island Sound, photo/Connecticut Fund for the Environment.

New Haven Register: The federal government is making available $1.5 million—$400,000 in Connecticut—to help improve Long Island Sound’s water quality through a new, 6-state Long Island Sound watershed program.

“The health and condition of the agricultural landscape, habitats and residents” of the Sound’s watershed “are connected to the quality of water that enters into big rivers and their tributaries,” said Jay T. Mar, state conservationist for Connecticut with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.

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