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Long Island Sound Program

As the population and commercial development continue to grow, we have an important choice to make for the future quality of Long Island Sound:
Will we backtrack on the progress made in the Sound, or will we build upon it?

Long Island Sound has become one of the environmental movement’s great comeback stories. Not long ago, many were fearful of swimming in the Sound or eating its fish, and there was little optimism for a better future.

Thanks to the hard work of many, Long Island Sound is transforming into a place of remarkable beauty. It is now poised to reclaim its status as one of the most valuable natural resources in the urban Northeast. But this will happen only if we commit to continuing the comeback now, and only if we have your help. 

Contact: Chantal Collier, Long Island Sound Program director.

Help support important projects like conserving Long Island Sound.

 



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