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Water Matters: Episode One. Prof Christopher Gobler

January 15, 2016 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Starting this Friday January 15th at 12:30 PM, join Marshall Brown as he interviews Long Island’s best marine and aquatic scientists and most prominent environmental advocates as host of  Water Matters.   This will be the first of ten episodes, running roughly every other Friday at 12:30 through mid-May.  Our goal is to create a video library that covers the major water quality issues we face as Long Islanders, and offers strategies to address them.   The show will be live video streamed from Grassroots Environmental Education‘s studio in Port Washington.   If you want to be in the audience, please use the contact form below.   Please specify which show you’d like to attend.

Here is the schedule so far:

January 15 – Prof. Christopher Gobler, School of Atmospheric and Marine Science (SOMAS) Stony Brook

January 29 – Sarah Meyland, Director, Center for Water Resources Management, NYIT

February 5 – Richard Amper, Executive Director, The Pine Barrens Society

February 26 – Bob DeLuca, Executive Director, Group for the East End

March 11 – Artie Kopelman, President, CRESLI —  Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island

March 25 – Dan Gulizio, Executive Director, The Peconic Baykeeper

April 8 – Enrico Nardone, Executive Director, Seatuck Environmental Association

April 22 (Earth Day Broadcast) – Carl LoBue, Chief Marine Scientist, The Nature Conservancy and Special Guests

May 6 – Thomas Schultz, Co-Director, Friends of Bellport Bay (FoBB)

May 20 – TBD

If you would like to show a 30-90 second video PSA for the program for our Soapbox segment,  please visit The Water Matters Page.   The show’s producers will be in touch.

To contact Marshall / Save The Great South Bay,


January 15, 2016
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
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