Groton, CT’s Baker Cove Faces Bacteria Pollution With lobster docks, picturesque homes and marinas along its shores, Baker Cove looks like the kind of waterway any community would be pleased to have within its borders.

But the sparkling open waters and coastal ambiance of the cove belie an often invisible problem. The cove, a tongue of brackish water between the east side of Jupiter Point and the mouth of the Poquonnock River, is polluted.

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