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Year in Review 2021

May 11, 2022 — The spring 2022 issue of Sound Update focuses on Long Island Sound Study’s Year in Review of 2021. Various clean water, habitat… Read More

Concerned about Coastal Erosion?

May 4, 2022 — For more information, contact: Elizabeth Hornstein, LISS Sustainable and Resilient Communities Extension Professional at [email protected], or 631-632-3093. Read More

New Sea Grant Specialists in NY and CT Help Expand LI Sound Study’s Basin-wide Sound Efforts
Long Island Sound Study – Press Release

March 30, 2022 — A handful of new Sea Grant specialists — in both New York and Connecticut — help expand Long Island Sound… Read More

The Long Island Sound Mentor Teacher Program is BACK

March 11, 2022 — The Long Island Sound Mentor Teacher program is back and accepting applications from teachers and educators interested in leading workshops in Fall 2022! Read More

About $10 Milllion in Grants Available for LIS Restoration and Outreach Efforts

March 9, 2022 — The Long Island Sound Futures Fund (LISFF) is seeking proposals to restore the health and living resources of Long Island… Read More

Organizations, Get Ready for the 2022 Long Island Sound Futures Fund

February 9, 2022 — The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will be soliciting Requests for Proposals for the 2022 Long Island Sound Futures Fund… Read More

Sound Matters Winter 2021-2022 Issue

December 22, 2021 — Read the Winter 2021-2022 issue of Sound Matters, the newsletter of the Long Island Sound Study. Read More

New York Sea Grant Expands Long Island Sound Study Outreach Programs in New York City/ Western Basin

December 7, 2021 — NYSG/LISS Partnership spans over 30 years Contacts: Lillit (Lilli) Genovesi, Long Island Sound Outreach Coordinator, NYC, E: [email protected]   Robert… Read More

NFWF and Partners Announce $5.4 Million in Grants to Improve the Health of Long Island Sound

December 6, 2021 — Contact Information:  Kristen Peterson, for National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), 410-353-3582, [email protected] Mikayla Rumph, US EPA Region 1 (New… Read More

Partnering Agencies and NGOs Join Effort to Restore the Great Meadows Marsh. Find Out How You Can Get Involved Too!

October 25, 2021 — Soil and invasive plants will be removed, and volunteers will be enlisted to help plant the endangered Marsh Pink wildflower. … Read More

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