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Members of the youth group from the Old Lyme Congregational Church spent Veterans Day Nov. 11 collecting and disposing of trash from White Sands Beach to Griswold Point.
Members of the youth group from the Old Lyme Congregational Church spent Veterans Day Nov. 11 collecting and disposing of trash from White Sands Beach to Griswold Point. They received #DontTrashLIS stickers from the Long Island Sound Study/Connecticut Sea Grant for their efforts. Photo: Lisa Doggart

Wrack Lines Share and Tell graphicWrack Lines Share and Tell is a new feature where readers of Wrack Lines magazine are invited to send photos, comments and questions about the places, people, plants, animals, habitats and articles in the current issue. It will be launched in the soon-to-be published Fall-Winter 2019-2020 issue.

Submissions will be posted here, with responses when appropriate.

The upcoming issue will include articles about the Long Island Sound Blue Plan, the National Estuarine Research Reserve on the Hudson River and the proposal for a NERR in Connecticut, among others. This photo, taken where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound, is one example of the types of submissions we will welcome.

Submissions can be emailed to: judy.benson@uconn.edu.