Members

$7,546.00 donated
57 Donors

Join ​Save The Great South Bay​​ today!

Count on us to organize local cleanups and native plantings via ​The Creek Defender​ and ​Bay Friendly Yard​ programs. The bay is a symptom; it’s the mainland that is sick. The cure starts in every community, every yard.

Look to us to educate and to advocate, to promote policies that will lead to Habitat Restoration​ in the bay, to speak truth to power.

Save The Great South Bay will be offering benefits and discounts for members on a rolling basis throughout the year, working with local merchants and sponsors.

$25 Basic


SGSB membership card

SGSB car magnet

Subscription to Newsletter

$50 Bronze


SGSB membership card

SGSB car magnet

Subscription to Newsletter

Premium SGSB tote bag

$100 Silver


SGSB membership card

SGSB car magnet

Subscription to Newsletter

Premium SGSB tote bag

$20 credit towards apparel ​at our store

$250 Gold


SGSB membership card

SGSB car magnet

Subscription to newsletter

Premium SGSB tote bag

$20 credit towards apparel ​​at our store

A ticket to to either our Bayman’s Gala at Snapper Inn May 17th ​OR​​ ​our annual Oysterfest at Blue Island in West Sayville Sept 14th

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46 comments

  1. Steven Barraco says:

    A donation in loving memory of Gordon Sammis.
    Farewell to our friend, Gordon Sammis. May your soul and spirit continue to navigate at sea and may you rest in peace for all eternity.

  2. Steven Barraco says:

    A donation made in loving memory of Gordon Sammis.
    Farewell to our friend Gordon Sammis. May your soul and spirit continue to navigate at sea and may you rest in peace for all eternity.

  3. Matthew Gettinger says:

    Long Island Natives would like to donate 10% of the sales from our Fall 2018 Native Plant Sale. We look forward to working together again in the future.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have been a “member” since the day I was born, to a Brookhaven bayman’s family. The Bay is my Happy Place, and my families Happy Place. This donation, though, is not only in support of the Bay but in support of a talented local musician, Nick Russel on his record release! Congrats on this Milestone!

  5. Amanda Lauth says:

    Since the day I was born, the Bay has been my Happy Place, and my families Happy Place. We grew up on the Bay, boating, fishing & lounging long summer days away with the BEST memories, something I hope to share with future generations to come. So this donation is to the future!

  6. Judy Abrams says:

    The Great South Bay has been a source of beauty and joy for most of my life. My daughter Lori, my brother-in-law Bill, in-laws Helen and Walt and sister-in-law Ginny all loved the bay. This donation is in memory of them and to future generations of Long Islanders.

  7. James Westpfahl says:

    I’ve been reaping the benefits of the Great South Bay since the 1940s. It’s really difficult to accept the environmental changes that have taken place over the years. Todd Brice at Yacht Service in Amityville was the first person I know to step up and do something to bring our bay back to the way it used to be. None of us should sit back and expect others to do the work.

  8. Catherine Penna says:

    My cousin sent me your email with the booklet attached. This was the first I heard of you. I was so impressed that someone was finally trying to address the poisons that come with road water run-off. I have been trying to get my homeowners association to pay attention to this very issue.

  9. Patricia OMalley says:

    This donation is in memory of a wonderful friend and neighbor Roy Ward who died this week. We shared so many happy occasions over the years as our children grew. We all loved “Roy”

  10. Kiersten Thornton (on behalf of the Office of Legal Affairs at NAHB) says:

    This donation is made in Memory of Roy Roe Ward. We offer our deepest condolences to our colleague, Tom Ward, and his family.

    Sincerely,
    The Office of Legal Affairs Team at NAHB

  11. Ann Verschuuren says:

    The children of this generation of parents are the luckiest of all people in the USA. We grew up with a true sense of neighborhood, which included antics and discipline. We lived for the beach. Sand and salt water are our oxygen. Mr. Ward (Uncle Roy) was a key element to the success of it all. We honor all our loved ones each time there is sand between our toes.

  12. Cathy McConnell says:

    I am becoming a member after learning about your organization at the memorial service for Roy Ward. I’ve lived next door to Roy on Willet’s Creek in W. Islip for the last couple of years, and share his interest in the Great South Bay and wildlife. I am excited to become a member and am eager to learn more about how I can help restore it.

  13. Rose Costello says:

    In memory of Roy Roe Ward. I will miss his tomatoes, his farmer hat but most of all his kindness and all the fun we all had at bridge, and at the pool with everyone.

  14. Liz Ullman says:

    We used to swim in the Connetquot River as kids, rowed our boat through all of Idle Hour’s canals, fished and clammed the Great South Bay. What would my childhood have been without all of that?

  15. Perry Kinkaide says:

    The Bay is an asset of historical, social and economic value fir us all. The Oakers owned the Blue Point Oyster Company that prospered until the ’38 hurricane wrecked the bottom fir oysters but seeded a futures of clamming. My cousin – the Steins gave ferried millions across the Bay
    Save the Bay for the future!

  16. Robert Milligan says:

    Jack Milligan has collected cans and bottles over the last 5 months for his 7th grade Environmental Science project with the intention of supporting your organization.

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