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Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

People show up every weekday at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven with bugs, sick plants, dirt. …

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City Life

Possum on Chapel Street, New Haven

A photo essay. To view all 11 images, check out the email version.

The population of New Haven is about 130,000.

Or is it? …

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Hidden Depths

Lake Saltonstall is hiding in plain sight, even though it’s about as long as the city of New Haven. …

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Organic Chemistry

“Just make sure my garden looks pretty.” That’s what customers used to say to Nancy DuBrule-Clemente. …

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Tick Tock

At first, Hamdenite Lisa Maloney thought she had tendonitis in her wrists. But when the pain spread to her right knee and then her ankle, she realized something was terribly wrong. …

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A River Runs Through It

Walking on land that hasn’t been trod since 1794 isn’t something you get to do every day. …

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Spring in Steps

A late-morning mantle of fog is still hovering atop East Rock when I decide to climb the Giant Steps. …

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Taken by Storm

The cloud was monstrous. Some saw it as a cone spiraling into itself like a massive spin of cotton candy. Others saw a giant layered bowl on a dense pedestal of rain. The National Weather Service later identified it as …

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Sky High

A photo essay.

Appreciating a good sky is like breathing: It needs no explanation. …

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Natural Philosophy

NatureYear

Picture a classroom furnished with picnic tables and wooden benches. The floor is covered with wood chips, and the ceiling? It’s miles high. …

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