CT NOFA: The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut
CT NOFA is a growing community of farmers, gardeners, land care professionals, and consumers that encourages a healthy relationship to the natural world.
How (and Why) to Use Native Plants (New York Times)
You know they support pollinators and native wildlife, but you may not have a meadow where they’ll feel at home. Here’s what to do.
The Village of Southampton, which was settled as Southampton Town in 1640 and incorporated in 1894, began with a small group of English Puritans who set sail from Lynn, Massachusetts and landed at what is now known as Conscience Point. It was to become the first permanent English settlement in the State of New York and was named after the British Earl of Southampton.
Town of Southampton
The Town of Southampton, New York State’s first English colony, traces its history to 1640, when a small group of settlers from Lynn, Massachusetts, set out to form their own settlement. Eastern Long Island was then inhabited by Native Americans; on its westerly end where the settlers first landed, it was claimed by the Dutch.
Finding a spot to stake out their claim to “eight miles square of land” was therefore far from easy, but after exploring the southern coastline of Long Island Sound, the settlers discovered a secluded harbor now known as North Sea Harbor. It is there that the Lynn colonists finally made landfall at a place later called Conscience Point, and founded a settlement they named Southampton.
Bridegewater Environmental Services
The Bridgewater Environmental Services team is uniquely qualified to manage your sanitary improvement project. Whether because of mandates, system failure, or environmental altruism, upgrading your sanitary system is the single largest positive environmental impact you can have on Long Island’s waterways. Our team brings decades of experience in:
Our goal is to provide the highest quality property care to as many landscapes as we can and do it in the most organic way possible. We are on a mission to ‘green-up’ our piece of the world one landscape at a time. Paul Wagner, president of GPO, is a Board Certified Master Arborist, as well as a NYS Certified Nursery Professional with a degree in Ornamental Horticulture.
Piazza Horticultural designs, builds, and maintains dynamic environments that beckon clients to discover the built landscape over and over again. Our experienced team of designers, project managers, horticulturists, scientists, and skilled gardeners bring the expertise to nurture these projects from conception to completion.
Peconic Land Trust
The Peconic Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established in 1983 by John v.H. Halsey and a small group of local residents to ensure the protection of Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage. Since 1983, the Trust has worked diligently with landowners, communities, municipalities, and partner organizations to protect over 13,000 acres of land, conserving more working farms on Long Island than any other private conservation organization, and securing millions of dollars from the public and private sector for land protection.
Group For The East End
“When our lands, water, and wildlife are threatened, Group for the East End stands up and fights back.”
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy began when leading scientists, committed citizens and dedicated leaders came together with a shared vision to protect and care for nature. Today, as we take on the most complex environmental challenges of our lives, our diverse staff, partners and members impact conservation across more than 70 countries and territories.
Peconic Baykeeper is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring Long Island’s drinkable, swimmable, and fishable waters. Established in 1998, Peconic Baykeeper uses science, education and law to defend critical watersheds from the tips of the Twin Forks through the Great South Bay.
Friends Of Georgica Pond
To mitigate the degradation of the pond’s water quality from excess nitrogen and phosphorus and to remediate the environmental health problems created by toxic blue-green algae and macroalgae blooms, the FOGP is supportive of the following private land management practices throughout the Georgica Pond Watershed.