Chicago Tribune Features the Connecticut River

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At 410 miles, the Connecticut is New England's longest river. It has a long cultural history, rich flora and fauna, and scenery that has appealed to artists for centuries.

It is one of 14 federally designated American Heritage Rivers. The marshes at the mouth of the Connecticut are designated as internationally significant under the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty intended to protect especially valuable wetlands.

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