A New Survey Says People Don't Realize that Sewage Pollutes the Sound
It's long and I haven't gotten through it all yet, but it's an eye-opener, and is worth a look. The most amazing thing I've found in it so far: most people who live near the Sound don't realize that sewage and runoff are the major sources of pollution in the Sound.
You can find a link to the study here. The only newspaper that seems to have written about it today is the Courant; David Funkhouser's story is here.
Labels: Long Island Sound survey