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Through funding from State Farm, Sustainable Long Island has launched a Disaster Preparedness Program. The focal point of this program is a Storm Readiness Assessment, which aims to collect data to determine if Long Islanders are better prepared for natural disasters since Superstorm Sandy.

If you have not done so already, residents of Nassau […]

Glen Cove Commuter Survey

Sustainable Long Island recently participated in the Glen Cove Commuter Ferry Focus Group on June 17, 2015.

After twenty years in the making, the Glen Cove Ferry Terminal is a vital part of Glen Cove’s Waterfront Redevelopment Vision. The newly completed ferry terminal lies on part of 52 acres of land along the waterfront redevelopment […]

Affinity programs offer new ways to support Sustainable LI


AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Sustainable Long Island every time you shop, at no extra cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion […]

What’s the future of traffic, housing and parking in downtown Riverhead?

Sustainable LI is part of a consultant team for the downtown Riverhead BOA study, primarily responsible for the public outreach component. Read below for updates on the project and view a recent presentation to the town board here.

(via Riverhead News Review) – Twenty one years ago, the News-Review reported that there would […]

Car Free Day – September 22, 2015

Beat the Rush Hour!

Car Free Day is an international event celebrated every September in which people are encouraged to get around without cars and instead ride a train, bus, bicycle, carpool, subway or walk. This year, Long Island will once again join in by celebrating its 3rd Annual Car Free Day on Tuesday, September […]

Central Islip (Teatro Yerbabruja) Community Garden Build Recap

On June 26, 2015 Sustainable Long Island worked with community partner Teatro Yerbabruja to build a community garden outside of their newly renovated Downtown Performing Arts Center in Central Islip. Teatro Yerbabruja uses the arts as a tool for social change.

Sustainable Long Island, Teatro Yerbabruja staff, members of the community, and a host […]

Roosevelt Middle School Community Garden Build Recap

On June 24, 2015 Sustainable Long Island worked with Roosevelt Middle School to add six garden beds to an existing school garden that was originally established last summer (eight total beds are now completed).

Sustainable Long Island staffers worked alongside students and teachers from the Middle School (led by Physical Education teacher Leslie Pieters) […]