6.8.11 – Trees With all the rain we have had, and now (finally) some sun, the landscape is bursting forth. The landscape is incredibly green – I don’t think I have ever seen so many different shades. The trees seem to have leafed out overnight. Sadly, many of them were damaged in the winter storms, […]
In order to help protect and enhance the water quality of these two harbors and their tributaries in the most cost-efficient and effective manner, a watershed-wide inter-municipal committee was recently formed. Seventeen (17) of the eighteen (18) municipalities located within the watershed have so far agreed to join the committee, which is known as the […]
The interactive display was developed with grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Learn more click here The Watershed Action Plan has been developed consistent with State and Federal guidance for the development of watershed-based plans. Following this approach will enable implementation projects under this plan to be considered for funding under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act and improve the chances for funding through other State and […]
5.4.11 – Christeen Relaunch We can all look forward to seeing the Christeen sailing the waters of Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor again! She was launched on Saturday, April 30, in fine style with a crowd of well wishers and supporters in attendance. Jamie Demingm, President of the WaterFront Center said that the Christeen […]