The City of Danbury has been releasing raw sewage and other chemicals into local waterbodies for more than five years.
Curt Johnson, Executive Director of the Save the Sound program, has participated in a dozen coastal cleanups during his tenure. He’s been boating for 50 years, and has lived in the coastal town of Branford, Connecticut, for much of his life. Curt organized a water-based cleanup along Branford’s Farm River in honor of International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 17. …
New Haven, Conn. – Save the Sound is celebrating National Estuaries Week September 17 – 24 with a series of interactive and educational events throughout the Long Island Sound region. This annual celebration of estuaries—the vital coastal zones where freshwater rivers meet salty seas—is sponsored by Restore America’s Estuaries and its member organizations including Save …
September 17 is International Coastal Cleanup Day, but we’re hosting cleanups all month – and you’re invited to help!
Attention bird loves, nature lovers, students and responsible citizens: Save the Sound is looking for volunteers to serve as Cleanup Captains in the upcoming International Coastal Cleanup 2016.
With over 50 Cleanup Captains already registered for this year’s 30th Annual International Coastal Cleanup, we now invite YOU to join as a volunteer!
Save the Sound is busy gearing up for the 30th annual International Coastal Cleanup! This year’s “Big Day” is right around the corner on September 19th, which will also include additional cleanups throughout the months of September and October.