Long Island’s bays and harbors are one of New York’s most crucial habitats. And for many, they also represent a place to swim, a way to make a living, a glass of drinking water. Clean water is also essential for healthy fisheries, an important part of our local economy. That’s why The Nature Conservancy has made Long Island’s water quality one of its priority projects.
For the latest information, visit longislandcleanwaterpartnership.org and click on "News."
Take part in Long Island Sound Study’s Update to the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan!
- Municipal Webinar: Wednesday, September 10th, 11:30am-12:30pm
- Long Island Sound Public Input Meeting: Tuesday, September 16th, 1:00-3:00pm at North Hempstead's "Yes We Can" Community Center, Westbury, NY
- Long Island Sound Public Input Meeting: Tuesday, September 16th, 6:00-8:00pm at Rocking the Boat, Bronx, NY
- Long Island Sound Public Input Meeting: Wednesday, September 17th, 2:30-4:30pm at Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
To register, visit www.longislandsoundstudy.net/Planupdate.
Download the Long Island newsletter for a variety of stories about Long Island's water quality.
We all have a good reason to make sure our water supply is clean and healthy, and we each have a part to play. Find out how you can get involved with this critical issue.
Do you know where your water comes from — and more importantly how to keep it clean?
Learn why Long Island's wetlands and marshes are such critical habitats.
See what we're doing to restore water-purifying shellfish in Long Island's bays.