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#ProtectOurWildlife – The Longfin Squid

August 10, 2020 — Our #ProtectOurWildlife sticker series starts today! Did you know the longfin squid (Doryteuthis pealei) is very common in #LISound? In… Read More

#PPElitter New Problem for the World’s Oceans

August 7, 2020 — Throwing away plastic, including Protective Personal Equipment in beaches, parks, and streets, appears to be on the rise. This article… Read More

PPE Litter Bill Approved by Suffolk County Legislature

August 6, 2020 — “Well, this is good news! Thank you Suffolk County Legislature for approving a bill to discourage the improper disposal of… Read More

CT Sea Grant Writes Op-ed on the Problem of PPE in Long Island Sound

August 5, 2020 — The Covid-19 pandemic has introduced a new trash problem to #LISound. There are people throwing masks and gloves and other… Read More

Summer #DontTrashLISound Campaign Begins!

August 3, 2020 — Long Island Sound Study’s #DontTrashLISound campaign starts today! Throughout August we will feature a new series of Protect Our Wildlife… Read More

Summer #DontTrashLISound Social Media Campaign Starts Aug. 3

August 3, 2020 — The summer campaign highlighting the problem of marine plastic debris is in its fourth year. Read More

2020 Work Plan

July 28, 2020 — Each year the Long Island Sound Study develops a Work Plan as part of the National Estuary Program that outlines… Read More

Sound Bytes Spring 2020

July 13, 2020 — Read the Spring 2020 issue of Sound Bytes. Download the Spring 2020 issue as a PDF here. Read More

Protecting the Health of Long Island Sound through Gardening

June 29, 2020 — “Everything is connected – plants, land use and waterways…what we do matters – what we do on an individual level.”… Read More

LIS Coastal Bioblitz

June 15, 2020 — The Long Island Sound Study (LISS) and the Long Island Invasive Species Management Area (LIISMA) are partnering to host the first-ever Long Island Sound (LIS) Coastal Bioblitz, a two-week, semi-virtual event that encourages participants anywhere within Queens and the North Shore of Long Island to head outside to coastal habitats and help find and identify species using the citizen science app iNaturalist. Read More

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