From reviews and recommendations of the best parks on Long Island to visit, to insights about the local eco-system and local forecast updates, we've got what you'll want to know about nature, local environmentental issues, and Long Island weather right here.
By Long Island News & PR October 15, 2021
Upper School students explore river’s ecosystem and collect and analyze data.
By Long Island September 29, 2021
North Shore Animal League America’s Emergency Rescue Team is returning from Marshall, Texas with more than fifty dogs, puppies, and kittens rescued in collaboration with shelter partners we are continuing to support during the Gulf ...
By Chris Boyle September 29, 2021
Facility advances understanding of impacts of climate change.
By Chris Boyle September 24, 2021
"Long Island’s offshore wind resources are abundant and must be harnessed so that clean, affordable, and renewable power can be delivered," Suozzi said.
By Chris Boyle September 23, 2021
An ICC cleanup requires attention to the details of trash found near beaches, streams and wetlands, but it is not a difficult task.
By Chris Boyle September 07, 2021
The first FIMP construction contract will cover the dredging of Fire Island Inlet and sand placement at Gilgo Beach and Robert Moses State Park.
By Ls Cohen August 10, 2021
Find out the best time to see the astronomical show in the skies this month.
By Chris Boyle August 10, 2021
Suffolk County to dedicate $100 million over the next 10 years to preserve at-risk farms.
By Chris Boyle August 05, 2021
Suffolk unveils first beach clean-up station donated through a pilot program sponsored by Legislator Kara Hahn intended to assist volunteers reduce beachfront litter.
By Chris Boyle August 04, 2021
Grants up to $50,000 will be available to water suppliers in Nassau County to assist with costs of treatment and removal of contaminants.
By Chris Boyle July 15, 2021
The project will provide essential dredging and shoreline projects spanning 83 miles of Long Island coastline.
By Chris Boyle July 09, 2021
Shoaling has become extremely dangerous, making passage even in high tide difficult and at low tide impossible for most boats.
By Chris Boyle July 07, 2021
The Nassau County Department of Public Works converted a stormwater basin into a living tribute of native plants and wildlife.
By Chris Boyle July 05, 2021
Dogs and cats can suffer from the same problems that humans do in hot weather.
By Ls Cohen June 26, 2021
Joint effort between Brookhaven Town and SUNY Stony Brook.
By Ls Cohen June 25, 2021
Volunteers can assist in a beach cleanup and turtle monitoring event on Saturday June 26.
By Ls Cohen June 07, 2021
Town worked with Audubon New York to install signs on islands in South Shore bays.