Press Release: Old Saybrook Votes to Buy The Preserve!

Today residents of Old Saybrook turned out in record numbers and voted to purchase the long-embattled 1,000-acre forest called The Preserve.

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James Prosek Reveals Nature’s Wonder

“O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!” says Horatio in William Shakespeare’s classic.

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Long Island Sound Citizens Summit a Success!

Over 90 participants spent a productive day discussing how to preserve Long Island Sound into the future

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Guest Post: LIS Citizens Summit–Time to Speak for Birds and Wildlife!

Sandy Breslin, Director of Governmental Affairs at Audubon Connecticut, talks about the importance of speaking out for the birds at the Long Island Sound Citizens Summit on Friday in the next post of our series.

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Preserving The Preserve: A Focus on Salamanders

A series on the natural resources within the 1,000-acre forest and the creatures that call them home. 2014 has been declared the Year of the Salamander!

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Preserving The Preserve: A Focus On Wetlands

A series on the natural resources within the 1,000-acre forest and the creatures that call them home The Preserve, the last large unprotected coastal forest between New York City and Boston, is nestled within the northern highlands of Old Saybrook, Essex, and Westbrook.

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A Visit to Great Gull Island

Last week, we joined other environmentalists from Connecticut and New York for a visit to Great Gull Island, the larger of the two islands in between Plum Island and Fishers Island. Great Gull Island is owned by the American Museum of Natural History and lies at the eastern end of Long Island Sound, sandwiched between […]

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