STAMFORD — A new state-of-the-art Harbor Education Center is coming to Boccuzzi Park, but the building is just part of a project to create public access to Stamford Harbor and Long Island Sound.
“Long Island Sound has one of the highest barriers to entry of any natural resource, I would say, in the country,” said Leigh Shemitz, president of SoundWaters, the Stamford-based organization that focuses on protection of Sound through advocacy and education. “To actually be able to get out there and use it and be a part of it…you actually have to have a boat and have access and have skills.”
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