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The Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor watershed located on the north shore of Long Island, New York is the cleanest harbor in western Long Island Sound. Like many suburban communities this 40 square mile watershed is subject to continuous environmental threats including storm water runoff, development pressure and habitat impairments. In order to help protect and enhance the water quality of Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor and their tributaries in the most cost-efficient and effective manner municipalties within the watershed first met in January 2010, fourteen municipalities officially formed the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor Protection Committee (OB/CSH PC) by signing an Inter-municipal Agreement in August 2012.
The LISS partners have made significant strides to restore and protect Long Island Sound, giving priority to hypoxia, habitat restoration, public involvement and education, and water quality monitoring.
The Nassau County Soil and Water District is committed to the protection, preservation, restoration and enhancement of our natural resources by providing education, technical assistance and consensus for all land users.
Learn how on-site sewage systems (septic systems) function and how to take care of them. This video shows the entire course.
Network for New Energy Choices Network for New Energy Choices promotes environmentally responsible energy policies and technologies through in-depth reports and web content. NNEC, formed in 2006, is a program of GRACE.
The LI Green Homes Consortium’s goal is to reduce energy costs and usage for Long Island residents. The more we all save on energy bills, the more money stays on Long Island, boosting our local economy.