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LISS Launches New Climate Change Website

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February 9, 2016 — The website is a resource for residents, educators, and municipal officials to learn more about climate change issues that can impact Long Island Sound. Continue Reading

Long Island Alewife Monitoring Workshops 2016

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February 4, 2016 — Learn about the river herring’s migration and take part in monitoring its spawning activity. Continue Reading

Volunteer for the Sound January Newsletter


January 29, 2016 — Read the January 2016 issue of the Volunteer for the Sound newsletter. Continue Reading

Web Pages Provide Resource for Understanding Computer Model’s Predictions on Potential Habitat Impacts from Sea Level Rise


January 27, 2016 — The pages provide information on the Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model, known as SLAMM. Continue Reading

Habitat Restoration and Protection Database

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January 22, 2016 — Find out about a habitat project in your community at the new habitat restoration and protection database. Continue Reading

Citizen Science Issue


December 21, 2015 — The winter 2015-2016 issue of Sound Update focuses on citizen science projects around Long Island Sound. Continue Reading

Sound Bytes Summer 2015


December 2015 — Read the Summer 2015 issue of Sound Bytes. Download the Summer 2015 issue as a PDF here. Continue Reading

$1.3 Million Awarded for Community-Based Projects To Improve Health and Ecosystem of Long Island Sound

November 12, 2015 — Federal and state environmental officials announced 22 grants totaling more than $1.3 million to local government and community groups to improve the health and ecosystem of Long Island Sound. Continue Reading

Volunteer for the Sound October Newsletter


October 28, 2015 — Read the October 2015 issue of the Volunteer for the Sound newsletter. Continue Reading

EPA and Partners Release New Blueprint to Protect and Restore Long Island Sound


October 22, 2015 — The Long Island Sound Study has released a new Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for restoring and protecting the Long Island Sound, setting 20 ambitious targets to be achieved by 2035. Continue Reading

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