Want to know the grade?

It’s back to school season for Long Island Sound.

Anybody who went to school understands a report card. Imagine scientific data galvanizing communities to protect their local waters? Or inspiring elected officials to fund local environmental improvements, and stimulating engineers to devise ways to reduce pollution? The Long Island Sound Report Card aims to do just that by transforming data from scientists throughout the region into a transparent grade of the Sound’s health.


Join scientific experts, local leaders, federal officials, and environmental advocates for the release of the 2018 Long Island Sound Report Card.

Monday, Sept. 24

11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Refreshments to follow

Long Wharf Nature Preserve                                      Harbor Island Park
New Haven, CT                                                             Mamaroneck, NY

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The Long Island Sound Report Card is an invaluable tool for aggregating and analyzing interagency data—and then delivering it to the public and decision-makers in an easy-to-understand format. Be the first to get the news!



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