December 13, 2018 – Oyster Bay NY: A review of water quality sampling data for 2018 through October finds a generally healthy bay complex. Data from some locations does however reflect water quality that is less ‘healthy’ than other areas. These are, not surprisingly, the locations where bay tributaries discharge – particularly Mill Neck Creek […]
That is, until there are no more. Menhaden catch is at 10% of its historic levels. Learn more!
Citizens Campaign for the Environment, Friends of the Bay, Group for the East End, Vision Long Island, the Sierra Club, Sustainability Institute, and the Long Island Pine Barrens Society, are calling upon the Department of Environmental Conservation to protect Long Island’s drinking water by calling for zero tolerance for pesticides in drinking water and to ban the […]
This is a blog post from Ecocentric, written by Kyle Rabin (courtesy of Grace Communications Foundation). Long Island’s Drinking Water – Challenges and Solutions Over the last few years, a groundwater pollution Superfund site in my community has generated concernamong local residents; that much I’m sure of. What I’m less clear of is to what […]
On Saturday, March 10, 2012, the Lloyd Harbor Conservation Board hosted a public meeting held at the Cold Spring Harbor Library regarding the Watershed Action Plan developed by Friends of the Bay (FOB) for the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor Complex. Patricia Aitken, Executive Director of Friends of the Bay summarized the 200+ page document and […]