Long Island Pine Barrens Society executive director Richard Amper made his official announcement today, that 57,676 acres of the Pine Barrens Core and 52,000 acres of the Compatible Growth area have been protected, at a location that illustrates protection best, the 2,000-acre Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge in Shirley.
The foundation has preserved over 500 acres of land and planted 250 trees
Local group looks back on what has been accomplished and what we can do to help
Preservation helps to offset carbon pollution in the air
Three parcels bordering Tuthill’s Creek in Patchogue are up for auction
Former Famiglia Motors site has been acquired for the purpose of open space
The Aishling Forest School takes children ages 3-9 through nature
Town said $20 million has been spent to continue dealing with smells ahead of closure
Our climate is changing and now we must change in order to adapt.
Two projects on either side of LI’s south shore could power 1 million homes
The new crop of shellfish will contribute more clean water to the bay through natural filtration
FINS will hold their annual Patchogue River cleanup on Sept 21
Suit by ABCO alleges poor choice of location for Mastic facility
A classic documentary, a famous actress, and a Bjork collaborator are all on hand for this unique evening
Group will thank supporters with half-century celebration
CEED launches nature curriculum in classrooms for upcoming school year