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A Day in the Life of the Nissequogue River 2014

On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, the "A Day in the Life of the Nissequogue River 2014" event will occur along the Nissequogue River, a Long Island Sound Stewardship Area. Continue Reading

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Spotlight (web articles)

Innovative Ways to Improve Water Quality

Traditional methods to reduce nutrients in the Sound include upgrading sewage  treatment plants to eliminate reactive nitrogen in sewage and reducing storm water runoff that carries nutrients from fertilizer and animal waste into storm drains and tributaries. These methods reduce the amount of nutrients entering the Sound from the land. An additional method that is […] Continue Reading

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Reports

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A Monitoring Plan for Long Island Sound

2015 — The monitoring plan was prepared in 1994 by the COAST Institute Marine Science Research Center for Tetratech, Inc. It was submitted to the EPA on behalf of the Long Island Sound Study. Because of the large file size of the full document in pdf format,,  the report is divided into pdf documents by chapter headings. […] Continue Reading

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Plan Update

Mark Tedesco, EPA Long Island Sound Office director, discusses the CCMP with Drew Carey, a consultant. Event was at Southern Connecticut State University on Sept. 17, 2014

New Public Input Meetings

2014 — The meetings will be an opportunity to come in person to learn about the Plan before the public comment period ends Nov. 8. Continue Reading

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Fact Sheets

Partners in Protecting the Sound

This fact sheet, available as a pdf download, describes highlights of LISS-funded projects and initiatives in 2009. Partners in Protecting the Sound 2009 Highlights Continue Reading

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In Transition

April 2015 — An aerial view of the Avalonia Land Conservancy’s Dodge Paddock and Beal Preserve in Stonington, CT after phragmites was removed Continue Reading

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