ENVIRONMENT & NATURE

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By Bill Landon A three-on-three basketball tournament took center stage at the Centereach pool and park complex July 15. In the second year of the Above...

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By Irene Ruddock Winn Rea addresses environmental themes in her sculptures, installations, videos and works on paper. She has exhibited in galleries and museums,...

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By Ellen Barcel Long Island is primarily a large sandbar — something that gardeners have had to deal with by adding topsoil, compost, etc....

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HOO ARE YOU? Noah A. Colamussi of Rocky Point spotted this eastern screech owl just hanging out in a tree in his backyard last...

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By Alex Petroski Last weekend, Port Jefferson was a haven for those concerned about the environment and interested in making changes in their everyday life...

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For those less fortunate who require meals provided by a Port Jefferson based soup kitchen, fresh-caught fish is a luxury. But thanks to the...

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At the May 11 Town of Brookhaven board meeting, Supervisor Ed Romaine (R) and the town board were presented with a flag from the...

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By Alex Petroski It was like Christmas in June for kids in Port Jefferson, as an iconic village park is finally ready for a new...

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There’s a team collaboration happening across Long Island to ensure the Long Island Sound’s water is as healthy as possible. Save the Sound, a nonprofit...

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Sound Beach’s shoreline is now stabilized. In October 2012, Hurricane Sandy changed the typography of much of the North Shore’s beaches and dunes. In Sound...

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