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Legislative drama ends with good, bad and ugly

The 2017 legislative session wrapped up at midnight Wednesday. There were good outcomes, bad outcomes, and some things yet unsettled, but one thing is clear: citizens like you helped tremendously to avert crises and get good policies passed. We couldn’t have done it without you! Here are some snapshots from our legislative experts on bills … Continue reading

Bringing home the bacon for LIS
Clean Water / Long Island Sound

Bringing home the bacon for LIS

April 26th was a powerful day for clean water. 18 advocates traveled to Washington, DC to protect Long Island Sound funding. NY Governor Cuomo officially signed the Clean Water Infrastructure Act for investing $2.5 billion. Washington, DC At Capitol, see full list below With Senator Schumer (middle) With Congresswoman Lowey (middle) With LI Sound Congressional … Continue reading

Blue Plan & CMSP / Clean Water / Coastal Cleanup / Drinking Water / Long Island Sound / Sewage & Stormwater / Water

Press Release: Water advocates mark World Water Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 21, 2017 Water advocates mark World Water Day   HARTFORD, CONN. – Eight organizations from across Connecticut are coming together to celebrate water on United Nations World Water Day, March 22.    Clean Water Action, Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its bi-state program Save the Sound, Connecticut River Watershed Council, … Continue reading

Pipes get State and Federal Attention
Clean Water

Pipes get State and Federal Attention

Fixing our pipes has been a siren song for Save the Sound for years. Outdated pipes throughout our region are clearly one of the major culprits in contamination of Long Island Sound. New York State For the past 3 years, we’ve been working with a broad coalition of non-profits like Riverkeeper, The Nature Conservancy, Environmental Advocates of NY, … Continue reading