2016 Year in Review

We can’t let 2016 slip into history without acknowledging some of the great achievements you were part of this year!

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Your Legal Watchdogs

With your support, we’re fighting to stop water pollution in our rivers and the Sound and to protect precious landscapes and wildlife habitat. Here’s the latest news on just a few of our most critical projects. Saving Plum Island CFE/Save the Sound and six other organizations and individuals filed suit in July against the Department of […]

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A Time to Be Grateful: A Healthy Sound for 2016

This is the eighth and final installment in our “A Time to Be Grateful” series. See all the posts here. The Sound is crying for New Year Action As you make your New Year’s resolutions, there are many ways you can help Long Island Sound. And for that, we are grateful. 2016 New Year’s Resolutions for […]

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A Time to Be Grateful: Thanks to Our Members

We are so grateful for you, our CFE and Save the Sound members, for caring about Connecticut’s land, air and water, and Long Island Sound…and for being part of our team!

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A Time to Be Grateful: Conserving Lands Together

It takes a village to protect the wild places that make Connecticut and Long Island Sound special. We’re grateful for our partners.

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Holiday Tribute Cards are here!

Sending our Holiday Tribute Card tells a special someone that you made a donation to CFE/Save the Sound in their honor.

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A Time to Be Grateful: (Stream)banking on Volunteers

From planting native grasses to walking the banks of urban streams, our Green Projects team counts on volunteers to get the job done.

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