Wrack Lines – Fall/Winter 2002 (Vol. 2, No. 1)


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  • "Rights of Passage" by Kathleen O'Neil - Now who owns the beach? Nonresidents now have more beach access options in Connecticut thanks to a State Supreme Court ruling in 2001, under "free speech" (right to congregate) provisions. The ruling is a landmark decision that may have national implications. Now, some are now wondering what all the fuss was about.
  • "The Mad Hatter Mercury Mystery" by Peg Van Patten -Connecticut's historical hat industry in Danbury has left a legacy of mercury behind.
  • "Razor Clams—the Cutting Edge of Aquaculture" by Tessa Simlick-Getchis -Can you dig them? Yes! Cook it too with yummy recipes.