Nearly 60 volunteers and 10 coordinators braved the muddy conditions to plant over 3000 plants over 3 hours. This is part of an ongoing process with the goal of converting 1 acre of mudflats into salt marsh, a feat calling for 12,000 individual cordgrass plants.
Sound Swim Alert: Beautiful Swimming for July 4th Weekend! The third season of our Sound Swim Alerts starts this weekend with good news: Long Island Sound beaches are open in Westchester County, Nassau County, and Greenwich.
Plum Island is an 840-acre island located in eastern Long Island Sound, and last week New York state legislators spoke up to protect it.
Episode #8: Fuel Cell Vehicles This episode explains how hydrogen fuel cell vehicles work, provides some background about their history, and takes a look at hydrogen fueling station infrastructure. It then looks more closely at what fuel cell vehicles are currently available, the benefits and challenges of fuel cell vehicles, and what the future might …
New law underlines the need for a comprehensive Long Island Sound diet.
With the Pope’s recent encyclical, global conversation turns to morality and climate change
Test your climate literacy and find out how we all influence climate change in part one of our new series on climate communication.
Written by our friends at CLF, this blog discusses how Georges Bank could lose its critical habitat protections.