Save the Sound Dispatch

Save the Sound Dispatch

Save The Sound Dispatch

By Chris Szepessy

Save The Sound Dispatch

For the First Time, Grades for LI Sound’s Bays and Harbors By Martin Hain, Save the Sound communications specialist We often think of Long Island Sound as one body of water, with common ecological features, cultural experiences, and environmental challenges. That’s true, to a point—however, because it is such a large body of water with lots of nooks and crannies, the many different parts of the Sound often experience very different water quality conditions. That’s why Save…

Save the Sound Dispatch

Save The Sound Dispatch: Envisioning Plum Island’s Future

By Chris Szepessy

Save The Sound Dispatch: Envisioning Plum Island’s Future

By Chris Cryder, Land Campaign Manager, Save the Sound Nearly three years ago, members of the Preserve Plum Island Coalition traveled to Washington, D.C. to lobby for conservation of Plum Island, NY. The federally-owned, 822-acre island, located at the eastern end of Long Island Sound, is home to nationally significant natural and cultural resources including lands traditionally used by Indigenous nations; a historic, decommissioned Army post; and more than 500 plant and animal species, 111 of which…

Save the Sound Dispatch

Save The Sound Dispatch: Following the Fish: Recapping This Spring’s Fish Runs

By Chris Szepessy

Save The Sound Dispatch: Following the Fish: Recapping This Spring’s Fish Runs

By Anthony Allen, Save the Sound Ecological Communications Specialist Editor’s note: We’re pleased to introduce this new monthly feature, which will be written by our friends at Save the Sound. To learn more about this vital organization’s work, and take action for a clean and healthy Long Island Sound, visit savethesound.org. Every spring, our region witnesses one of Earth’s wonders as hundreds of thousands of fish crowd into rivers across the Long Island Sound region, making the harrowing…

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