Together we can build a more sustainable Long Island
Workable Ideas Create Momentum
Listen. Everyday you hear the concepts like traffic calming, brownfields redevelopment, food equity, and mixed use development that Sustainable Long Island has popularized; spoken by elected officials and community leaders in meetings and in the media. Your contribution will advance Sustainable Long Island’s continuous efforts at shaping the public dialogue about sustainable development across the region.
Momentum Produces Shared Visions
Participate. Sustainable Long Island has engaged thousands of Long Islanders in the communities of Bellport, Elmont, Farmingville, Middle Country, New Cassel, North Amityville, Roosevelt, Wyandanch, and more to rebuild downtowns, reuse abandoned properties, and rethink pedestrian friendly traffic design. Your contribution will enable Sustainable Long Island to engage more communities in visioning processes and project implementation.
Ideas Transformed into Real Projects
See. Sustainable Long Island has transformed these shared visions into real projects like Prospect Avenue’s revitalization in New Cassel, Wyandanch's community post office, farmers' markets in Roosevelt and North Bellport, and the Gerard Street Roundabout in Huntington Village. Your contribution will build walkable downtowns through brownfields redevelopment, food access projects, and mixed use development.
Projects Change the Region
Experience. We are enhancing our capacity to bring about change in the region through the the promise to produce tangible results. Your contribution will develop the mechanisms to finance and develop projects that exemplify Sustainable Long Island’s mission.
With your help, since 1998 Sustainable Long Island has become an organization principled on the advancement of economic development, environmental health, and social equity for all Long Islanders. We now ask you to continue building a sustainable region by donating today. We need your support to promote policy initiatives and projects that ensure a sustainable tomorrow for all Long Islanders!