Impact Map

Save the Sound works across the entire Long Island Sound region.

From protecting drinking water lands on the Connecticut-Massachusetts border to restoring coastal marshes on Long Island … from testing water quality in Westchester County’s rivers and harbors to saving Plum Island on the Sound’s eastern end … from fighting for smart climate policy in Hartford and Albany to patrolling the open waves by boat … our work is everywhere you are.

Our Impact Map shows just some of our active project across the region. Learn about these efforts and more in What We Do, and see a selection of past projects on our Major Victories page.

This page is a work in progress. Please excuse any inconsistencies while we add more data and resolve technical issues.

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