• Japanese Tea Ceremony (Stroll Garden Members Only)

    Japanese Tea Ceremony Demonstration Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 5:00 PM John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden 3 Dogwood Lane, Locust Valley Friends of the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden members are cordially invited to attend a traditional Japanese tea ceremony demonstration with Keiko Kitazawa, Tea for Life. . Kindly register by July 20th.  Registration required! Space is limited. For more information about this event, please email Jane Jackson at jjackson@northshorelandalliance.org.


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  • Long Island Clean-Water Vendor Day

      Long Island Clean-Water Vendor Day Wednesday, July 14, 2021 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Fireman's Field, Oyster Bay (Corner of Shore Avenue and Maxwell Avenue) Did you know outdated septic systems are the number one cause of nitrogen pollution on Long Island? Nitrogen pollution has resulted in harmful algal blooms, thick mats of seaweed, fish kills and the overall decline of the shellfish industry. Swapping outdated septic systems with clean-water technology can remove more than 70% of nitrogen pollution from our wastewater. Want to know more about how you can help improve water quality on long Island? Join us on Long Island Clean-Water Vendor Day to see septic systems designed to reduce nitrogen pollution in Long Island’ rivers, beaches, and bays. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about clean-water technology from expert distributors themselves. Clean-water septic tanks and their accessories will also be out on display. Representatives from Nassau’s S.E.P.T.I.C. program will be available to help you learn about reimbursements as much as $10,000 to replace outdated and failing septic systems. For more information, please contact the North Shore Land Alliance’s Water Quality Improvement Coordinator at (516) 922-1028 or Katherine@northshorelandalliance.org. Sponsored by Sponsored by


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  • Annual Open Space Society Dinner

    Purchase Tickets Open Space Society Dinner Friday, June 3, 2022 at 6:30 pm Hosted by Maryam and Arash Yaraghi Join us for our Annual Open Space Society Dinner to be held at a private residence in Mill Neck, NY.  The evening includes cocktails and hors d’oeuvres followed by a sit-down dinner overlooking a grand lawn and Mill Neck Creek. Proceeds from this special event support the protection of open space in our community and provide critical environmental education to help people discover, appreciate and protect these natural treasures. Support Levels: 2,500 - Open Space Sponsor Ticket $1,000 - Open Space Patron Ticket $500 - Open Space Friend Ticket Kindly respond by May 20.  Attendance is limited to 80 guests. Since 2003, the North Shore Land Alliance has permanently protected nearly 1,200 acres of land through acquisition and conservation easements and provides stewardship services for more than 500 acres of valuable natural areas. As part of its mission, the Land Alliance also works actively - in schools and outdoors - to educate our community about the important relationship between land, water, locally grown food and recreational opportunities. If you have questions about the event or would like to discuss sponsorship, please contact Deb Wiener at 516.922.1028 or deb@northshorelandalliance.org. The event will comply with COVID protocols in effect at the time. Events are subject to change.


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  • Clean-Wastewater Technology Webinar

    Do you recognize this sign? Signs like these generally mean another beach closing due to nitrogen pollution from septic systems.  What if you could do something to ensure cleaner water for your community? Clean-Wastewater Technology Webinar  (SOLD OUT) Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 6:00 pm Can’t make it to tonight’s presentation? Please stay tuned for more Clean-Wastewater Technology webinars and in-person events! Click on Learn More to see a recorded version of tonight’s webinar or request a consultation with our Water Quality Improvement Coordinator. Limited to 100 participants Outdated septic systems are the number one cause of nitrogen pollution on Long Island. Nitrogen pollution has resulted in harmful algal blooms, thick mats of seaweed, fish kills and the overall decline of the shellfish industry. Swapping outdated septic systems with clean-water technology can remove more than 70% of nitrogen pollution from our bays and harbors. Want to know more about how you can help improve water quality on long Island? Join us for our clean-wastewater septic system webinar! Learn about clean-water septic systems designed to reduce nitrogen pollution in Long Island’ rivers, beaches, and bays. See how you can be eligible to receive grants as much $10,000 to replace outdated and failing septic systems from Nassau County’s Septic Environmental Program to Improve Cleanliness (S.E.P.T.I.C.). Presenters: Katherine Coughlin,  North Shore Land Alliance Water Quality Improvement Coordinator Sergiy Grim,  Nassau County Soil & Water Conservation District Conservation Technician Advance Registration is required! A Zoom link will be provided after you submit this registration form.  Program dates, times and locations are subject to change. Please check our website for updates.  For more information, please contact our Water Quality Improvement Coordinator Katherine Coughlin at (516) 922-1028 or Katherine@northshorelandalliance.org.


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  • Nature Scavenger Hunt at Humes Preserve (Cancelled)

    Young Explorers Nature Scavenger Hunt Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 2:00 pm Humes Preserve, Mill Neck Join our Young Explorers Group for a nature scavenger hunt through the woodland trail at the Humes Preserve! The Young Explorers Group is a unique fun filled program to introduce our youngest community members and their families to our nature preserves and the great outdoors. This program is intended for children ages 4-11 and will lead them on a nature themed walk through a Land Alliance preserve and end with a family fun activity.  At the end of the program each child will receive a badge for showing off their new nature knowledge to their families and friends! Advance Registration is required! Program dates, times and locations are subject to change. Please check our website for updates.  For more information, about our Young Explorers Group, please contact Meghan Leverock at 516-922-1028 or meghan@northshorelandalliance.org.


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