4th Annual Sustainability All-Star Awards

Sustainable Long Island’s 4th Annual Sustainability All-Star Awards Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Honoring the lives and legacy of Amy Hagedorn and Ruth Negrón-Gaines

On Wednesday, December 7th Sustainable Long Island hosted its 4th Annual Sustainability All-Star Awards at the beautiful Carlyle On The Green in Farmingdale, New York.

This year Sustainable Long Island honored […]

How to Build a Rain Garden

The Town of North Hempstead and Sustainable Long Island invite you to participate in “How to Build a Rain Garden” on Saturday, September 24 (10am-12pm) at the Clark Botanic Garden in Albertson. Learn how making this simple property improvement can help our environment, purify our drinking water, and support bird and pollinator populations.

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Car Free Day Long Island 2016

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 once again joined in by celebrating its 4th Annual Car Free Day on Thursday, September 22, […]

Film Screening: Biophilic Design

Sustainable Long Island’s Film Screening Series Thursday, August 4, 2016 | 5:00pm – 8:00pm Hosted by Farrell Fritz, P.C. Hauppauge Office – Lower Level Conference Center 100 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, NY 11788

On Thursday, August 4 2016 at the Farrell Fritz, P.C. Hauppauge Office, Sustainable Long Island presented an exclusive screening of Biophilic Design – […]

Sherman Brown Community Garden Build

 

In June 2014, Sustainable Long Island and the City of Long Beach brought together over 80 volunteers for a Community Garden Build at the corner of Riverside Boulevard and East Pine in Long Beach, adjacent to Sherman Brown Park. Volunteers from CitiGroup partaking in Citi’s Global Community Day joined community members […]

Long Beach residents give input on new boardwalk design (News12LI)

♦ Long Beach residents got their chance to give their ideas about what they want to see when the city rebuilds the boardwalk destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

About 85 residents took part in a focus group run by Sustainable Long Island.

Some residents said they hope to see shops and restaurants along the new boardwalk […]

Senator Gillibrand Announces Federal Waterfront Brownfield Redevelopment Legislation

♦ Earlier this week, Sustainable Long Island was on hand at the Glen Cove Ferry Terminal and Boat Basin as U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Glen Cove Mayor Ralph Suozzi, and a host of local officials announced legislation to revitalize inactive industrial sites through the Waterfront Brownfields Revitalization Act.

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Shop Smart. Do Good! Shop all day while supporting Sustainable Long Island

Lord & Taylor will be hosting Shop Smart. Do Good! – an exclusive day filled with special savings at their Manhasset (Tuesday, October 2nd) and Garden City (Tuesday, October 30th) stores. As part of the celebration, Lord & Taylor is giving Sustainable Long Island an opportunity to raise thousands of […]

Eye on the Island: Redeveloping LI (Anton Community Newspapers)

♦ Take a look at this week’s “Eye on the Island” column by Anton Community Newspapers columnist Mike Barry. Sustainable Long Island is mentioned; highlighting the 6th Annual Sustainability Conference and the issue of Transit Oriented Development.

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Thank You Celebration

♦ Last night, Sustainable Long Island held Thank You Celebration for some of the organization’s donors, funders, and generous supporters. It is these supporters who sustain us and our mission and for that we are truly grateful.

Supporting contributions, donations, and generosity, lets us do our part in creating a Long Island that can endure […]