Submit Your Photos
Looking at Old Saybrook from Old Lyme, Kathleen DeMeo
Share Your Love of the Connecticut River
You can help us show how special and important the Zone and the Connecticut River are by sharing your photos of favorite locations and activities in the area. Please submit your photos of scenic river views, wildlife, plants and terrain, sunsets and more so we can inspire more people to care about the river.
The Connecticut River Gateway Commission will feature photographs on its website, social media (Facebook and Instagram), and within printed outreach materials. We can use only photos taken within the Zone and we will post photos in season.
Thank you for submitting your photos. Together, we can make sure the Connecticut River and the special places within the Zone are cherished for generations to come.
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The Connecticut River has a very impressive list of honors.
The lower river and its wetlands complex were named by the International Ramsar Convention as being “internationally important.” The river tidelands, including the Zone, are considered one of the Western Hemisphere’s “40 Last Great Places” by the Nature Conservancy. It is the first, and only, National Blueway per the federal Department of the Interior. And it is an “American Heritage River.”