2019 was a banner year for Save the Great South Bay. All that we had planned for 2020 is gone, so what do we do as an org, as neighbors, and citizens? What will emerge from all these profound changes? Let's be "yardbound" and have an invasive and non-native free "Bay Friendly Yard" for you and your family.
On September 21st, the last day of summer, The Mayor’s Charity Cup Regatta was run once again for the first time in over a …
Please join Save The Great South Bay on this last day of summer for our Clam Bake/Beach Party, hosted by The Long Island Yacht Club and presented by York Analytical Labs. Fun for the whole family!
The failure of the dam at West Brook has created a wonderful opportunity to restore habitat in an area that has been under water for well over 100 years at The Bayard Cutting Arboretum
It is with great pleasure I can tell you that this sticker program is now EXPLODING all over Long Island! The idea is simple. …
Blue Island Oysters of West Sayville on Saturday April 27th hosted the Third Annual 5K Run For The Bay, raising funds a $1500 scholarship …
Join your Creek Defenders and the rest of The Patchogue Community and help The Great South Bay!
OAKDALE—Suffolk County Legis. William Lindsay met with residents at the Oakdale Civic meeting last week regarding plans to sewer parts of Oakdale using New York State storm relief funds. Lindsay shared the tentative boundaries and timeline for the project including news there would be an Oakdale sewer referendum vote in the future. This vote would impact those residents located within the area to receive sewers, and it would take place after a sewer district was established. The county plans to use $26.4 million of previously allocated storm recovery money to do the work.
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The South Shore Estuary Reserve is 306 square miles and is composed of all the South Shore bays and their watershed. Jamaica Bay, The Great South Bay, Moriches Bay and Shinnecock Bay are the four largest of the bays within it.
Save The Great South Bay now has York Lab as a major benefactor. York Lab is a family-operated environmental testing laboratory of contaminants in water, soil and air, and has served Long Island and the greater NYC area for more than 30 years.
Karen Marvin Vaccaro is now a board member of Save The Great South Bay. Karen, Founder of Great South Bay Paddleboards, has a great love for The Great South Bay, organizing local cleanups, and raising money to support its revitalization. A leader in the SUP community and on The South Shore, she has a heart as big as the ocean and is much loved on The South Shore.