estuary magazine is a quarterly publication, both in print and digital, that launched in spring 2020. In addition to the quarterly magazine, subscribers have online access to our rich archive of past articles by topic.
We are a publication that takes in the entire Connecticut River Watershed: source to sea, tributary to main stem—11,260 square miles; home to 2.4 million people in four states: Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. The Connecticut River provides 70% of the fresh water that flows into Long Island Sound and thus the sound where it meets the river, i.e., the estuary, is how we got our name.
In a few short years estuary has established itself as a high-quality publication visually and editorially. We've become noted for our outstanding and credentialed writers, journalists, photographers, and artists, several of whom have won awards for their stories in our pages. Most importantly, they are master storytellers. Our editors are experienced in communicating complex, technical, and scientific matters to a broad audience of people who care deeply about the health and well-being of humans, flora, and fauna in the watershed.
Our tagline is Life of the Connecticut River. We cover science and conservation, wildlife, recreation, history, people and lifestyle—everything you need to understand the pressing issues in the watershed and explore ways to enjoy birding, boating, fishing, nature, and more.
Subscribers are important to us. Please subscribe and begin your journey with us!
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The Watershed Fund (for the Connecticut River)
In Fall 2023 estuary was acquired by The Watershed Fund, a.k.a the Connecticut-based 501(c)(3) Center for International Management Education.
The mission of the Watershed Fund is to increase awareness and promote collaboration to achieve the best possible environmental future for the Connecticut River Watershed. Find out more HERE.
For information about how to support The Watershed Fund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.