After 40 years of stocking Connecticut rivers, salmon program being scaled back
After more than 40 years of stocking millions upon millions of baby salmon hatchlings, or “fry,” in rivers throughout Connecticut and the other states — and after floods during Hurricane Irene wrecked the federal hatchery in Vermont — the U.S. government and Connecticut’s three salmon restoration partners have called it quits.
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