Party-endorsed candidates spoke on transportation challenges and opportunities facing Connecticut.
Part one of our new occasional series on sustainability in our food production system focusing on the past, present, and future of New England’s fisheries.
Beaches in Westchester & Nassau counties were closed preemptively far fewer times in 2014 than in 2013. But don’t be fooled. The improvement is not a sign that the water is getting cleaner. In fact, it’s not a lasting improvement at all.
Let’s get the plastic bags, bottles, caps, packaging, and cigarette butts off our beaches and protect Long Island Sound!
Saturday August 30: Westchester County’s beaches are all open for swimming.
And be sure to find our very own Chris Cryder for information about protecting our fisheries!
Update Sunday August 24: Westchester’s Beaches are still open
Seaweed wreaks havoc in many coastal communities around world. Is it a growing threat in Long Island Sound?