Sustainable Long Island has been awarded $7,500 from the Angela and Scott Jaggar Foundation to conduct a comprehensive analysis of recycling on Long Island. The analysis will consist of examining existing recycling laws and codes to clearly outline challenges and obstacles affecting the progression of recycling practices across Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
December 17th, 2014 | Category: News
Sustainable Long Island has been awarded $5,000 from New York Community Bank Foundation to support two community gardens in Nassau County, one each in New Cassel and Roosevelt. Sustainable Long Island will partner with local community groups to establish these gardens and work with participating individuals and families to teach them […]
Sustainable LI works with newest community partner to renovate property and unite different communities
(via Newsday) – Advocates behind Long Island’s Puerto Rican/Hispanic Day Parade are opening a community center Friday in Central Islip that group organizer Margarita Espada said will aim “to unite the different communities and build dialogue and civic engagement” through the […]