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Fifth year of #DontTrashLISound Campaign Challenges People to “#DoOneThing”

August 16, 2021 — Aug. 10, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Judy Benson, CTSG Communications Coordinator, [email protected] Groton, CT (Aug. 10, 2021) – The… Read More

Can Slipper Snails and Sea Squirts Reveal Levels of Microplastic Pollution in the Sound?

August 5, 2021 — New University of Connecticut Study investigates if two commonly found filter feeders can be used to track the amount of microplastics in Long Island Sound. Read More

2021 Work Plan

August 4, 2021 — Each year the Long Island Sound Study develops a Work Plan as part of the National Estuary Program that outlines… Read More

Five-Year Progress Report for the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (2015-2019)

June 24, 2021 — Returning the Urban Sea to Abundance summarizes the progress made from 2015-2019 in restoring the health of Long Island Sound. Read More

Sound Matters Spring 2021

June 17, 2021 — Read the Spring 2021 issue of Sound Matters. Download the Spring 2021 issue as a PDF here. Read More

Top LIS Scientists Retire from the Science and Technical Advisory Committee

June 16, 2021 — Two Long Island Sound scientists with international reputations in their fields have retired from the Long Island Sound Study committee… Read More

Join the Long Island Coastal Bioblitz

June 15, 2021 — CONTACT: Emily HallConservation Policy AdvocateSeatuck Environmental [email protected](631) 581-6908 Islip, NY (June 15, 2021)- The Long Island Coastal Bioblitz is an… Read More

Long Island Sound Water Quality Improving in Response to Significant Reductions in Nitrogen Pollution

May 26, 2021 — EPA officials are highlighting water quality improvements in Long Island Sound resulting from almost 50 million pounds of nitrogen pollution kept out of the Sound each year. Read More

Year in Review 2020

May 24, 2021 — The spring 2021 issue of Sound Update focuses on Long Island Sound Study’s Year in Review of 2020. Various clean water, habitat… Read More

How Much is a Clam Worth to Long Island Sound?

May 20, 2021 — Clams and oysters are an important source of seafood and support a vitally important aquaculture industry for Long Island Sound.… Read More

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