Friends of the Bay conducts water quality monitoring in Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor, sponsors community events on the water and beach and works with citizens and local government for wetland restoration and habitat protection
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28th Annual International Cleanup Sept. 21st

28th Annual International Cleanup Sept. 21st

WHEN: Saturday, September 21st, 2013, 8:00 AM – Noon WHERE: Theodore Roosevelt Park, Oyster Bay WHAT: Volunteer cleanup of beaches and shores throughout the Bay – Part of the Ocean Conservancy’s worldwide program. WHO: Volunteers of all ages. Sponsored by Town of Oyster Bay, Power Squadron, Baymen’s Association & Friends of the Bay HOW: Call...

Friends Of The Bay Sponsors Beach Clean-up

HarborBeachCleanupDay4-27-13LettersizeThe Annual Harbor and Beach Clean Up to take place at Theodore Roosevelt Park in Oyster Bay, Saturday April 27, 2013, at 8 a.m. Friends of the Bay,a non-profit organization which conducts water quality monitoring in Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor, is participating in the Harbor and Beach Clean Up on Saturday April 27,...
Justin Smith is a Hero For Long Island Sound

Justin Smith is a Hero For Long Island Sound

Congratulations to Justin Smith, who sailed Long Island Sound this summer to raise money for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and to draw attention to the water quality issues in the Sound and its embayments.  Take a look at Sailing For A Cause!
Water Security - Part Three

Water Security – Part Three

  SUFFOLK COUNTY LEGISLATOR WILLIAM R. SPENCER & NASSAU COUNTY LEGISLATOR JUDI BOSWORTH Present Water Security – Part 3 Identifying Solutions to the Issues Confronting Long Island’s Aquifers & Water Resources Seeking public input to address local & regional groundwater conditions and concerns. Come testify and share your ideas at the Public Hearing scheduled for:...

TOB Offers Hazardous Material Collection Site

In an effort to assist residents with post-storm cleanup efforts, the Town of Oyster Bay, in conjunction with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has set up a location for residents to bring their household hazardous waste materials, according to Town Supervisor John Venditto. Now through Friday, November 30th, residents can visit the Town’s...