Explore the 33 Stewardship Areas along the coast of Long Island Sound.
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LISS’s environmental indicators track measures that show the health of Long Island Sound.
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Photo of the Month
A view of Plum Island, a Long Island Sound Stewardship site, this fall.
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Make a Difference
You can volunteer to help restore and protect the Sound.
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Have a Sound Health Question? Ask DR. K!
Dr. Krumholz, a marine scientist and NOAA liaison
to the Long Island Sound Study, is asked how has
the Sound has changed over thousands of years.
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$1.3 Million Awarded for Community-Based Projects to Improve Health of Long Island Sound - Top federal and state environmental officials today announced 22 grants totaling more than $1.3 million to local government and community groups. Continue Reading
Save the Date & Call for Abstracts! The 26th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference for the New England states and New York will be held on April 28-29, 2015 at the Harraseeket Inn in Freeport,[...]Continue Reading
Join New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and New York Restoration Project for the MillionTrees NYC planting. Seven years ago, the city launched the MillionTreesNYC initiative with an ambitious goal: to plant and[...]Continue Reading
Join the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) for their 18th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup. It is open to all ages and abilities. Visit CRWC’s 2014 Source to Sea Cleanup map to participate in a[...]Continue Reading
About the Study
The Long Island Sound Study (LISS) is a cooperative effort involving researchers, regulators, user groups and other concerned organizations and individuals. These people are working together to protect and improve the health of the Sound. Learn more