Just a few hundred yards from the Canadian border, near a remote pond in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, the Connecticut River springs to life. The longest river in New England then flows south, a 400-mile long snake of water that empties into the Long Island Sound. All this month, a group of river lovers have been paddling the length of the Connecticut to highlight its importance and beauty.
This segment aired on July 28, 2017.
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