Shoreline classroom

New England Science and Sailing (NESS) educator Megan Strand reviews sea life found in the intertidal zone of the Avalonia Conservancy's Dodge Paddock and Beal Preserve off Wall St. in Stonington Boro with 8th graders on a field trip from Westside Middle School in Groton Friday, May 11, 2018.  Sean D. Elliot/The Day


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