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Whether you’re interested in learning how we’re fighting to cut regional carbon emissions, protecting your cherished places, restoring natural habitats and ecosystems, or tracking down sewage leaks that threaten your clean water, you can find it here.

Find a past webinar, panel, or discussion in our virtual archive.

Youth Eco Advocacy Corps (YEAC) Monthly Meeting – Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 6 p.m. – Webinar

Save the Sound’s Youth Eco Advocacy Corps program to engage youth activists is back for our January meeting and we’re welcoming new members. The meetings are an opportunity for activists to share their ongoing sustainability initiatives, as well as learn from our team on what we’re doing to promote climate action and environmental justice. The focuses of this meeting will be legislative priorities, sharing local grassroots campaigns, and planned events. We meet every fourth Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. Click here to register.

Water Quality Report Card Lunch & Learn – Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 12 p.m. – Webinar

Two of the westernmost locations covered by our Unified Water Study are monitored by Guardians of Flushing Bay (GoFB). On Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 12:00 p.m., Peter Linderoth, our director of water quality, and Sam Marquand, our clean water advocate, will be leading a Lunch & Learn webinar, hosted by GoFB. They will review the grades for Flushing Bay from our 2022 Long Island Sound Report Card and host a conversation about the challenges unique to the waterways of Flushing and the western narrows of Long Island Sound. Click here to register.

Hutchinson River Watershed Public Meeting – Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.  – Webinar

This virtual meeting is your chance to join the conversation about how to improve the Hutchinson River Watershed in Westchester County, NY. This river is one of the most polluted waterbodies in the state and Save the Sound is looking to change that. We need your input to develop our watershed plan to ensure we are keeping the community at the center of this work.

At this public meeting, Save the Sound and our partners at Westchester County will:

  • Share findings from the Watershed Baseline Assessment,
  • Seek feedback, and
  • Ask participants to share known problem areas and ideas for the next phase of the project in which we will be identifying watershed improvement opportunities.

Do you care about the health of The Hutchinson River and Long Island Sound? Join us to learn how you can help keep our rivers clean. Click here to register.

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Find solace in nature during trying times:

Enjoy our #NatureOfHope series, highlighting our staff’s favorite outdoor places around Connecticut and New York. Click here to view the video series.

Learn better ways to live waste-free:

Get some tips on how to live a zero-waste life in our #homeECOnomics video series. Our staff is sharing their favorite tips with you while we’re all staying safe at home. Click here to view the video series.

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Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
This virtual meeting is your chance to join the conversation about how to improve the Hutchinson River Watershed in Westchester County, NY.

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