Act now for permanent protections for Plum Island!

Plum Island is an 840-acre oasis in Long Island Sound, one mile off the north fork of Long Island that is home to pristine habitats, a research facility, and historic buildings. Click here to learn more.

Migrating species up and down the Atlantic seaboard depend on Plum Island. Researchers and scientists who want good jobs in our region depend on Plum Island. Historians and First Nations citizens who want to save their cultural treasures depend on Plum Island. They depend on you.  Your gift now will help ramp up and sustain advocacy efforts in New York State and the United States Congress to win permanent protections for Plum Island.

Please make your gift today to preserve this treasure!

Save the Sound is a 501c3 tax exempt organization


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Monday, May 23, 5:30 p.m.
Dana Dam Site Walk - Please join us for a site visit led by our project team, who will talk about plans for removing the 90-foot-long dam and restoring a portion of the River to a natural meandering path instead of its current straight line along the adjacent Metro North Railroad tracks.

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