Bi-partisan support for Long Island Sound found in D.C.

Earlier this week, Save the Sound executive director Curt Johnson traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby U.S. legislators for support of Long Island Sound. Curt joined the board of Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE), which represents estuaries from around the country and unites around common goals. In the follow passage, Curt reflects on his journey. I arrived […]

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Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro Announces Landmark $10 Million in Funding for Long Island Sound Protection and Improvement Efforts

On Wednesday, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro held a press conference at New Haven’s Lighthouse Point Park to announce $10 million in federal funding secured for Long Island Sound in 2017. For decades, Rep. DeLauro has been one of the Sound’s staunchest supporters, and we are thrilled to continue working with her to protect and improve one […]

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