Sewering is crucial to saving The Great South Bay. Without it, nitrogen from our cesspools and septic tanks will continue to leech into our groundwater, then on to the bay, triggering brown tide and other algal blooms.
Resurrecting our shellfishing industry depends on cleaner water. Get the water clean enough, and watch the oysters work their magic.
And at 75cts per oyster wholesale, we can bring back the local bay economy as well. Sunday’s Rally4thePipe at St. Johns in Oakdale is covered here
The South Shore is rising up, seeking to restore its past and assure its future.
- Whatsa Flupsy? Volunteering To Return Clams To The GSB - March 8, 2019
- York Analytical Laboratories: A Major Benefactor For Save The Great South Bay - March 8, 2019
- Introducing Our Newest Board Member: Karen Vaccaro Marvin - March 6, 2019
- A Green New Deal For The South Shore and The Great South Bay - February 13, 2019
- Becoming a Member - January 20, 2019
- Save The Great South Bay’s 2019 Plans - January 17, 2019
- Babylon: Vote YES On Sewering Jan 22nd And Help The Bay! - January 16, 2019
- Fertilizer Follies — Inaction in Action at LINAP - January 9, 2019
- Introducing the “Bay Friendly Yards” E-Book! - January 7, 2019
- Methoprene Madness in Suffolk County - December 5, 2018