Just before the New Year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it will be reviewing the status of the monarch butterfly in order to determine whether it should be listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) only the novelty of the relief.M, Lampitella A, Laudato M, Leccia G, Piscopo M, Hard G tadalafil they […]
North Shore Land Alliance would like to encourage everyone to stay active this winter by getting outdoors. Each week we will provide you with something new and fun you and your family can do this winter. Ice skating: It’s Fun and Offers a Variety of Benefits With the warm weather behind us, there are […]
Action Amount Saved Fix a Leaky faucet 3 gallons per day (But first count the number of drops per minute that leak!) Install a bottle filled with water in your toilet tank so that amount of water will be displaced each time you flush the toilet which link the diet to the development of chronic […]
The North Shore Land Alliance Water Education Program reaches fourth and fifth graders at St. Patrick School in Huntington and James H. Vernon and St. Dominic Schools in Oyster Bay
The North Shore Land Alliance’s most recent offer at $5.2 million to purchase the 28-acre Humes property in Mill Neck was officially accepted on December 18, 2014. With the help of community contributions and loans from The Conservation Fund and a private conservation lender, the organization will become the new owner of this historic and […]
In late October, the North Shore Land Alliance made an offer on the 35-acre Humes property in Mill Neck, which included the acquisition of the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden. As of now, we are working with the family to negotiate terms of a potential purchase. We hope to have a more definitive announcement in the […]
We are pleased that so many of our supporters were able to join us for our annual Wine Auction Dinner and Barn Dance on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at the Barn at Groton Place. The Wine Auction is our largest and most important fundraiser and friendraiser of the year. And, thanks to our most generous […]
Eating a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of produce has been linked to numerous health benefits, so it only makes sense to buy food from a nearby farm, farm stand or local market that supports your local food sources. It’s a healthy move for you and your family, the environment and your community beneficial effects […]
The Nature Conservancy on Long Island, Long Island University (LIU), Friends of the Bay and North Shore Land Alliance hosted a Water Quality Symposium on October 7th, 2014 at the Tilles Center on the LIU Post Campus.
We are very pleased to report that completion of the Campaign to Acquire the 32-Acre DeForest Williams Property in Cold Spring Harbor is drawing near. Our community has done something quite wonderful here and we are so close to the finish line. Among government, foundations and private individuals – WE HAVE RAISED $8,185,000 TOWARD THIS $8,500,000 […]
After a long, cold winter, we are delighted to be embarking on habitat restoration at the former ExxonMobil property this spring.
On Saturday and Sunday, July 12th and 13th, the North Shore Land Alliance hosted its first ever Red Truck Estate Sale at the Green Vale School in Old Brookville. The concept of this fundraising event was to encourage sustainable practices within the community- particularly the principles of Renew, Reuse, and Recycle, in an effort to […]
A generous donor funds a part-time educator to implement the Long Island Water Education Program to teach students about Long Island’s groundwater, surface waters and watersheds and stewardship of this essential resource.
North Shore Land Alliance is pleased to announce it has received formal accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. The process, which constituted a comprehensive organizational audit, took three years and more than 400 hours to complete. It involved the efforts of both our board and staff. […]
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has selected the Land Alliance’s launch of habitat restoration at 95 Shore Road (former ExxonMobil property) in Cold Spring Harbor as one of three restoration projects to be funded with monies from a 2003 settlement in a natural resource damage claim against a Superfund Site located in Glen […]