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THE CUSH MISSION

The mission of CUSH, Inc. (Clean Up Sound and Harbors) is to clean up and protect Fisher's Island Sound and its coves, inlets, bays, rivers and harbors. Read More >
 

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Water Quality of Four Estuaries in Coastal Stonington and Mystic CT

This report, which covers the years 2008-2013, represents the most comprehensive set of publicly available water-quality data collected by a single organization in Stonington coastal waters. The purpose of the CUSH water monitoring program is to assess the current and long-term health of local waters, to identify ongoing trends, and to track identifiable sources of pollution. The report is available as an Executive Summary and Full Report. Full Report contains site specific analysis and graphics.

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Read the Full Report (PDF)

2014 Water Quality Report - low resolution

Come to the Cush annual meeting and see what happened to the quality of our water in 2014!

Friday 13 November 5:30 - 7:30pm
LaGrua Center 32 Water St. Stonington Borough

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2015 Sea Star Award Presentation

Photo of 2015 Sea Star Award Presentation

Come to the Cush annual meeting and see who won the Sea Star award and why!

Friday 13 November 5:30 - 7:30pm
LaGrua Center 32 Water St. Stonington Borough

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2015 Cush Annual Meeting

Friday 13 November 5:30 - 7:30pm
LaGrua Center 32 Water St. Stonington Borough

Presentation of 2014 Water quality Monitoring Results
Discussion of significant Progress on natural turf management project
Introduction to significant new collaborations
Looking ahead to 2016
CUSH Sea Star Award for Environmental Excellence
CUSH Annual meeting of the membership - Election of  Board of Directors

RSVP:  Sally Cogan, tomsallcogan@sbcglobal.net, 860/535-7255
            Richard Chamberlain, richardhchamberlain@gmail.com, 917/225-1314

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Streamflows in Connecticut Have Worsened

By Rivers Alliance of Connecticut

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Little Bay Faces Big Threats

By FRANK CARINI
Publication: ecoRI News

ABOARD THE ELIZABETH MORRIS — Little Narragansett Bay is quietly tucked away between its noisier neighbors — Narragansett Bay and Long Island Sound. But this watershed on the Rhode Island-Connecticut border plays a vital role in southern New England’s economy. Boats of all sizes, from yachts to canoes, dot the water, especially on summer weekends. Tourist visit the area to swim, fish, observe wildlife, dine and shop.

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PO Box 883
Stonington, CT 06378
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