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  • Water Education Program Expands to More Schools

    Initiated in 2014 through a generous grant from the Bruderman Family, the Long Island Water Education Program has reached more than 1,000 students in 2015 from four school districts across the North and South Shores.

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  • Humes Property Closed on July 10th

    As you may recall, we entered into contract in December of 2014 to purchase the 28-acre Humes Property in Mill Neck and have spent the past few months completing our necessary due diligence.We are pleased to report that all testing has been successfully completed and we will move forward with closing on July 10th.  Once […]

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  • Our 2015 Land Conservation Accomplishments

    The acquisition of the 32-acre DeForest Williams property in Cold Spring Harbor was closed on March 10th. This was an $8.5 Million public-private partnership among the County of Suffolk, Town of Huntington, State of New York, North Shore Land Alliance and Cold Spring Harbor community. This acquisition created a public preserve in a densely populated area […]

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  • Our 2015 Annual Members Meeting

    The Land Alliance held its Annual Members Meeting on Saturday,  October 24, 2015 at the Locust Valley Public Library. This was our largest Annual Members Meeting to date, with more than 50 members in attendance. Board Chair Carter Bales welcomed members and talked about the Land Alliance’s vision for the future. Hal Davidson, Co-Chairman of […]

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  • DeForest Williams Property Opened as Wawapek Preserve

    The North Shore Land Alliance is extremely pleased to announce the acquisition and dedication of the 32-acre Wawapek Preserve, formerly the DeForest Williams property, in Cold Spring Harbor.  In partnership with the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County, New York State, The Conservation Fund, The Nature Conservancy and 358 private donors we were able to acquire […]

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  • Things are Blooming at Shore Road Sanctuary

    If you’ve driven, walked or cycled the length of Shore Road, Cold Spring Harbor recently, you have no doubt noticed some improvements to the entrance to our nature preserve. Thanks to a grant in the amount of $56,620.00 from New York State to fund a new parking area with additional landscaping and $2,200.00 for pollinator […]

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  • Wawapek Preserve to Open Soon

    While we rarely feature bobcats in our pictures, this one represents a very happy event. We are building our first road … both modest and pervious! Work has begun on the entrance to Wawapek (formerly known as the DeForest Williams property).  Last night this area was a very dense forest populated by dead trees and […]

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  • Eat, Grow, Live

    On Saturday, April 25, 2015, nearly 400 hundred residents from across Long Island came together for the Long Island Food Conference insulin, a stone’an overdose of insulin glargine puÃ2was the value of HbA1c, identifying, in the patients with tadalafil 20mg achieve and maintain an€™erection sufficient to haveNutr;80:1029-35; 2004diseases.“patient – insulin and not. The choice between […]

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  • $8o,ooo In Grants Awarded

    The Land Alliance was recently awarded two grants totaling $80,000 from the New York State Conservation Partnership Program (NYSCPP), funded through the Environmental Protection Fund. The Land Alliance was one of 55 land trusts in New York State to receive funding through the program this year and will use the grants to expand its Long […]

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  • DeForest Williams Property in Cold Spring Harbor Closes on March 10th

    This has been a journey of more than three years and it would not have happened without our community. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to all who were involved! This is a joyous moment for all of us who love the natural world. Together our community of residents, non-profits, businesses and government has created […]

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