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Floatable Debris Seen on North Shore Coast

March 21, 2011 — Floatable Debris: In early March, Long Island Sound Study received a few reports from citizens of large amounts of trash washing up on beaches along the north shore of Long Island. Read More

Sea Grant Awards More than $1 Million for Research Under EPA’s Long Island Sound Study

March 8, 2011 — LISS Research Grants Announced: Projects look at the effects of nitrogen, red tide and climate change on the Sound’s ecosystem Read More

Sound Health 2010 is Available to Download

March 7, 2011 — How does Long Island Sound measure up? Find out by downloading the Sound Health 2010 report. Read More

Healthy Yards, Safe Waters: March 19

January 24, 2011 — This conference will highlight the positive relationship between organic land care, a beautiful yard, healthy eating and healthier local and global environment. Read More

Status and Trends Indicators Now On-line

January 14, 2011 — Visit LISS's new indicators section to examine in-depth the Sound's environmental trends. Read More

Sound Bytes January/February 2011

January 10, 2011 — Read the January/February issue of Sound Bytes, Long Island Sound Study’s e-newsletter. Read More

Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources: March 7, 2011

January 10, 2011 — Presentation themes will include Long Island Sound and coastal Connecticut, threats to Connecticut's forests, and fish and wildlife management. Read More

Fall 2010—Urban Waters Issue

December 15, 2010 — LISS's print newsletter highlights projects to restore urban waterways. Read More

Grant Program Seeks Fishway Proposals

November 24, 2010 — Trout Unlimited and NOAA seeks proposals for habitat restoration projects, including fishway projects, in New England states. Read More

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More Than $2.4 Million Awarded for Community-Based Projects to Improve Health and Vitality of Long Island Sound

November 12, 2010 — Futures Fund Grants Awarded: More than $2.4 million in grants were awarded for 38 projects to support education and stewardship, improve water quality, and restore and protect rivers and beaches. Read More

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