Hard Work Pays Off at Hyde Pond

Volunteers of all ages came together to restore the stream bank along Whitford Brook in Mystic, CT. This family-friendly event was a great way to kick-off Mother’s Day weekend by giving back to Mother Earth and celebrating the new migration route for mother fish!

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Hyde Pond underwent an amazing transformation. It is now well on its way to providing a rich habitat for plants & animals to call home. But until then we will be keeping a close eye on the area and monitoring its progress.

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None of this would have been possible without the hard-work and dedication of our partners and volunteers. Thank you to everyone that came out!

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Many photos provided by Ayla Fox at Shed Light Productions.


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