ENVIRONMENT & NATURE

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To preserve it, they plan to purchase it. For years, Assemblyman Steve Englebright (D-Setauket) and his colleagues have fought tooth and nail to make the...

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Though it’s been more than five years since Hurricane Sandy ravaged Long Island, many people, including Huntington Station resident Sheryl Cohn, are still feeling...

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Suffolk County has signed off on joining New York State in suing the Environmental Protection Agency for dumping dredged materials in Long Island Sound. Gov....

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A public servant with more than four decades of planning experience now has a nature preserve with his name on it to honor his...

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Local anglers aren’t taking the marine fisheries commission’s bait. After learning the Atlantic State Marine Fisheries Commission decided it would cut New York’s sea bass...

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By Desirée Keegan Glynis Nau-Ritter is not your conventional teacher. “I know I’m different,” the Mount Sinai educator said. “I’ve been told that a lot, and I...

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By John Turner If, in the next couple of weeks, you visit the fields of the wonderful Avalon Preserve off of Shep Jones Lane in...

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By Herb Herman Insurance companies recognize that a defensive driving course will make for better automobile drivers. So why not a defensive boating course for...
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A slumping bluff is raising eyebrows in Port Jefferson Village. Bids are being accepted, and will continue to be through April 16, for a project...

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With the Rails to Trails bike path another step closer to completion, many residents are still shouting “not in my backyard.” At a meeting inside...

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