Estuary education

Groton — Sixth-graders from the Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication fish Tuesday for sea life in the Poquonnock River estuary along the shore of Bluff Point State Park in Groton as part of an outing with Project Oceanology.

All of the school's sixth-graders participated in the outing, the second day of a two-day program, splitting into groups to study the near-shore life caught in seine nets, testing water quality and hiking to Bushy Point to create beach art.

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