16 June 2009

The Naugatuck River and Environmental Progress

“Not so long ago, the Naugatuck River resembled a chameleon -- a waterway adept at changing color. Some days, it had a bright emerald green tint. Other days, its waters were streaked gold, sometimes ruby red.
"It was the color of whatever got dumped in it upstream….”

Read the item at ConnPost.com

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