It’s back to school season for Long Island Sound. Anybody who went to school understands a report card. Imagine scientific data galvanizing communities to protect their local waters? Or inspiring elected officials to fund local environmental improvements, and stimulating engineers to devise ways to reduce pollution? The Long Island Sound Report Card aims to do just that […]
Celebrating 40 Years at the Annual Meeting on October 14! The 2018 CFE/Save the Sound Annual Meeting will be a special one this year. Join us as we celebrate 40 years of environmental activism, cleaning up and protecting your land, air, and water for future generations. The 2018 special guest will be Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz, […]
Join us on December 3, 2017 for a charitable whiskey tasting hosted by Madison Wine Exchange! Come sample 40+ whiskeys, from single malt Scotch to blended Scotch, Bourbon, and Rye, and enjoy BBQ from House of Bones! Ticketed designated drivers will be admitted free to enjoy complimentary food and soft drinks. Tickets are $45, with […]
Bill Lucey, Long Island Sound’s new Soundkeeper, has hit the water!
Earth Month has arrived! It’s time to get back outside and enjoy the land, air, and water you’ve worked so hard to protect. We’re looking forward to a month of hiking, marching, and engaging environmental advocates in conversations about water quality and land conservation. Jump into our active and educational events coming up in Connecticut […]
Autumn is officially upon us, and we’ve got a full calendar of events to keep you busy with activities — from rowing and hiking to forums and lectures — well into October. Head of the Riverfront Regatta Sunday, October 2, 2016 The Row for the River fundraiser is happening now! You can support cleaner, healthier, more vibrant water in […]
September 17 is International Coastal Cleanup Day, but we’re hosting cleanups all month – and you’re invited to help!
Last week, Senator Richard Blumenthal held a press conference at The Sound School in New Haven to announce a proposal to designate the New England Coral Canyons and Seamounts as the first ever marine national monument in the Atlantic Ocean. Kendall Barbery, who manages our Green Infrastructure Program, spoke at the event to express our […]