To actively defend public access to our beaches and other common lands.
To use all funds we receive from the South Fork Wind Farm agreement for the environmental improvement of Trustee holdings and to continue to monitor the five-year “Fisheries Study Work Plan” for the project.
To continue to participate in the successful mosquito larvae targeted treatment program as we have for the past six years.
To re-affirm our partnership with The Nature Conservancy, to rehabilitate and restore Accabonac Harbor’s salt marsh.
To expand our long-term water quality monitoring and improvement program for our harbors, ponds, and lakes, with Stony Brook University.
To continue our participation in horseshoe crab spawning and population studies with Cornell and NYSDEC.
To encourage and support the development of aquaculture projects such as living shorelines, oyster reefs and seaweed culture that contribute to improving water quality in our harbors and ponds.
To complete our dock survey inventory update and bring all non-conforming structures into compliance.