ENVIRONMENT & NATURE

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By Elof Axel Carlson Biologists classify living things using a system that Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778) introduced in the 18th century and that has grown in...

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By Alex Petroski Restoring Long Island’s coastal waters as a haven for shellfish to thrive has been a multidecade battle for the Town of Brookhaven....

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Port Jefferson Harbor is currently undergoing an alarming phenomenon that an expert called “uncharted territory” locally. The harbor is currently experiencing a rust tide, or...

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Sound Beach resident Todd Leighley’s mustache is freckled with gray and his face shows lines of age, but he doesn’t mind. Though his left...

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Brookhaven Town is hoping to inspire residents to ditch the gas pump for a greener alternative. The town unveiled two new electric vehicle charging stations...

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By Nancy Marr In 1978 Suffolk County Planner Lee Koppelman suggested a trail along Long Island’s North Shore for hikers and bikers. Forty years later,...

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Port Jefferson’s most inquisitive young explorers will have a new, sustainably minded activity to learn from thanks to the efforts of one of their...

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By Joseph Kelly Those of you that view the work of nature photographers may enjoy the photographs of birds without thinking very much about what...

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Along a right-of-way in Mount Sinai, the exact location volunteers preferred not to publicize, a number of cats stalk through the cover of tall...

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By Herb Herman “The charmed ocean’s pausing, the waves lie still and gleaming, and the lulled winds seem dreaming,” wrote Lord Byron, an 18th-century British...

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