Friday, March 24, 2023

Seatuak Environmental Association News Update.

2023 Spring E-Newsletter
Conservation Highlights
Water Reuse Plan Released

Seatuck and the Greentree Foundation, in association with Cameron Engineering, released the Long Island Water Reuse Roadmap and Action Plan this week to catalyze the implementation of water reuse on Long Island and ensure it plays a larger role in safeguarding the region’s drinking water and surface water resources. Learn more here.
Seatuck Receives Grants for Fish Passage

Seatuck has been awarded several grants to advance fish passage projects on Long Island rivers and streams, including Patchogue River, Bellmore Creek and (in partnership with the Suffolk Scout Council) Baiting Hollow Creek. Visit for more information and stay tuned for updates.
Upcoming Events
Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Considered one of the nation's premier environmental and adventure film festivals, Wild & Scenic combines stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. Attendees will enjoy award-winning films about nature, community activism, adventure and conservation, including many that relate to Seatuck's work on Long Island. 

In addition to these never-before-seen films, you'll enjoy a pre-film reception with light-fare, beer & wine, live music & a chance to win some great raffle prizes!
Long Island Natural History Conference

Seatuck is proud to host the 2023 Long Island Natural History Conference, which was established by the Long Island Nature Organization (LINO) in 2012 to support education and research about LI's natural history.

The annual event brings together the region's leading naturalists to exchange information, identifies research and management needs, and encourages collaborations and a greater region-wide interest in Long Island’s natural history.

In-person and virtual options available!
Earth Day Volunteer Opportunity
Phrag Fight! 

Join Seatuck on Friday, April 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. as we work to safeguard the unique natural restoration that is underway at West Brook in Great River, NY. The work will take place at the site of the former West Brook Pond, which was a man-made pond until 2019 when its dam (built 120 years ago) failed and the water drained away.
Seatuck Corporate Conservation Partners
We are grateful for your support of Seatuck and your dedication to conserving Long Island wildlife!

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