Long Island Sound: Driving Location Actions to Tackle Water Pollution2021-05-27T13:40:11+00:00
Beach goers enjoy a day along the Long Island Sound shore.

Meigs Point Beach (Image via Long Island Sound Study).

Pollution in coastal waters threatens our way of life. We can and must fix it!

Join Long Island Sound: Driving Local Actions to Tackle Water Pollution, a collaborative workshop series advancing local actions for cleaner waters and healthy watersheds in Long Island Sound. Hear from scientists and practitioners about approaches to combat pollution and clean up coastal waters in communities around Long Island Sound.

This 3-week workshop series will bring folks from across the Sound to learn about advancements in technology and policy that tackles our biggest water quality challenges—from fecal bacteria, nitrogen, and plastic pollution.

View workshop recordings below.

Link to Recording for Workshop 1: Tackling Fecal Bacteria Pollution
Recording for Workshop 2: Tackling Nitrogen Pollution
Recording for Workshop 3: Tackling Plastic Pollution

This workshop series is hosted by Citizens Campaign for the EnvironmentSave the Sound, and The Nature Conservancy with generous support from the Long Island Sound Funder Collaborative.