Stewardship Area

Great Neck – Goshen Point

July 11, 2012 — Harkness Memorial provides one of the best remaining examples of the Gatsby-era grand estates that once dotted the Connecticut shoreline.Together with the adjacent Niering Natural Area Preserve, this Stewardship Area offers a diversity of coastal habitats to explore within a relatively small area,   Read More

Fishers Island

July 10, 2012 — Fishers Island Coastline provides essential habitat for a series of submerged aquatic vegetation beds, containing the majority of all eelgrass meadows in New York State. Read More

Lower Connecticut River

July 5, 2012 — The Lower Connecticut River sustains various locally, federally, and globally endangered species and is recognized as a Wetland of International Importance under the United Nations Ramsar Convention. With no major port or harbor it supports many complex habitats, including one of the most extensive fresh and brackish tidal wetland systems in the Northeast. Read More

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