ENVIRONMENT & NATURE

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PURE AUTUMN Tom Caruso of Smithtown recently snapped this closeup of a pot of mums at Pantaleons Farmstand in East Setauket. He writes, ' captures...

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It seems that the trend of going green hasn’t yet stalled, but the Comsewogue Public Library is looking to make itself a model to...

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By John L. Turner I have always wanted to have a vegetable garden with fruit trees and bushes to grow food for my family, but...

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Not only are they delicious, but they’re good for the environment, too.  On Sunday Oct. 18, several volunteers from Coastal Steward Long Island who work...

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At regular beach cleanups hosted at both Centennial Beach and the Port Jeff side of Mount Sinai Harbor over the past two weeks, volunteers...

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TAKING FLIGHT Gerard Romano of Port Jefferson Station was in the right place at the right time when he snapped this photo on Oct. 5....

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Long Island’s largest freshwater lake needs a little help. Join volunteers from the Lake Ronkonkoma Improvement Group for a cleanup at Lake Ronkonkoma on...

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By Julianne Mosher For more than four decades, George Gough has been capturing what he sees in real life through the lens’ of his camera....

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What does it take to monitor the health of your local waterways? For the people who month after month do just that, all it...

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A new report by a regional environmental nonprofit says a little under half of all bays on either side of the Long Island Sound...