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Study sets stage for possible Wild & Scenic River status for Connecticut–Rhode Island river complex

EXETER — After three years of work spanning two states and involving scores of officials and volunteers, the Wood-Pawcatuck Wild and Scenic Rivers Study has been completed and is now headed first to the towns for their approval and, ultimately, to the United States Congress.

The announcement Monday, at the Wood River canoe and kayak access in the Arcadia Management Area in Exeter, was made by study coordinator Denise Poyer of the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association.


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