Senator Blumenthal Announces Proposal to Designate First Ever Atlantic Marine National Monument

Last week, Senator Richard Blumenthal held a press conference at The Sound School in New Haven to announce a proposal to designate the New England Coral Canyons and Seamounts as the first ever marine national monument in the Atlantic Ocean. Kendall Barbery, who manages our Green Infrastructure Program, spoke at the event to express our […]

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Press Release: “Plant-a-thon” celebrates fish passage opening

River herring migrate safely for first time in 70 years, volunteers plant 2,100 native plants

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Guest Post: Senator Blumenthal on Protecting Plum Island

This guest post by Senator Richard Blumenthal highlights the need for federal conservation measures to protect Plum Island. Save the Sound thanks Senator Blumenthal for his longstanding role as a champion of Plum Island. 

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