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New England Officials Dispute Proposed EU Lobster Ban

June 24, 2016

With struggling fisheries in Connecticut facing warmer waters and competition with other states, across the pond a potential U.S. lobster ban could add additional complications for New England.

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June 24, 2016

This year, 97 percent of blacklegged ticks — commonly known as deer ticks — survived the Connecticut winter, and are hungry for blood as temperatures warm.

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Foodstuffs: In Newmarket, Invasive Crabs Are On The Menu

June 15, 2016

They have green backs, pink bellies and are only about 2 inches in diameter. The invasive green crab has been destroying clam and scallop populations from South Carolina to Maine, since they were introduced here two centuries ago.

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Does Lack of Milkweed Adequately Explain a Decline in Monarch Butterflies?

May 27, 2016

Every year, monarch butterflies make an amazing journey from Canada and New England all the way down to Mexico. It’s an ecological wonder celebrated by all three countries — but recently, scientists have noticed a dip in the number of butterflies making the trip.

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On a Cross-State Canoe Trek, Advocates Urge Communities to Embrace the Scenic Housatonic

May 13, 2016

As Schuyler Thomson lead a group of paddlers down the Housatonic River in northwest Connecticut, he squinted through the morning sunlight on the water.

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