Presentation: Raingardens benefit bays, lakes, and streams.

RESCHEDULED! Join us on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. at our office (111 South Street) for this free and informative presentation. Call 516-922-6666 to register. Raingardens are shallow bowls designed to soak up stormwater runoff. This runoff comes from roofs, driveways, patios and any sloped or paved surface. Not only are these rain gardens […]

Advocacy Alert: The Long Island Sound Crossing Feasibility Study released.

We knew the time would come when the plan for the Bridge/Tunnel Sound Crossing would rear its head again … and it has. The Long Island Sound Crossing Feasibility Study was released, and we are sharing it with you. To view a PDF of the Study, click here: Long-Island-Sound-Feasibility_of_Bridge_Tunnel Friends of the Bay joins with […]

Pilot Oyster Gardening Program in the village of Laurel Hollow

October 20, 2017: This summer saw the inauguration of a pilot oyster gardening program in the Village of Laurel Hollow. The program drew enthusiastic support from local residents and was led by Laurel Hollow Village Trustee Jeff Miritello. Volunteers were trained and built oyster floats and performed frequent cleaning and measuring. Last Saturday, more than […]

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 […]