Local group teaches kids about waterways

MATT WITTEN SHOWS off a rock with caddisfly larvae found in the New Haven River. On July 11, Witten led a group of Addison County kids and their parents through the New Haven River and Muddy Branch stream to talk about the importance of local watersheds and how we can monitor their health. Independent photo/Marin Howell

Standing knee-deep in the New Haven River on Monday, Matt Witten explained to a group of 16 local kids and their parents the importance of keeping an eye on the health of our local watersheds.

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