SoundWaters, a Stamford, CT-based non-profit environmental organization with a mission to protect Long Island Sound through education and action, recently launched a new tradition of honoring great friends and advocates for Stamford Harbor and Long Island Sound by naming Stamford native and businessman Raymond L. Redniss as its first HarborFest Commodore. Redniss was honored at the official HarborFest 17 Launch Reception on Friday, August 25 at Stamford Yacht Club.
(l – r) SoundWaters board member Scott Mitchell, HarborFest Commodore Ray Redniss, SoundWaters President Leigh Shemitz, and Stamford Mayor David Martin. © Rick Bannerot
TGM Associates, a New York, NY-based investment advisory firm with a single focus on multifamily properties, has announced a partnership with SoundWaters, a Stamford, CT-based environmental education organization focused on the protection of Long Island Sound and itswatershed. As part of the alliance, SoundWaters’ 80-foot schooner SoundWaters will be docked at TGM Anchor Point Marina in Stamford Harbor.
© Michael Bagley
The three-masted schooner is a teaching vessel used by SoundWaters to facilitate hands-on, science-infused learning experiences surrounding the ecology of Long Island Sound with programs for children and adults.Read more
SoundWaters and the Young Mariners Foundation are merging under the SoundWaters brand to enhance the educational opportunities for students in Stamford, CT and environs.