Conference Host

Brookhaven National Laboratory

     Conference Patrons

Group for the East End

Seatuck Environmental Association

Sierra Club Long Island Group

      Conference Benefactors

Four Harbors Audubon Society

The Nature Conservancy

Peconic Land Trust

Perfect Earth Project

Save the Great South Bay

Save the Sound

South Fork Natural History Museum

      Conference Supporters

American Littoral Society

Canio's Books

Central Pine Barrens Commission

CERCOM at Molloy College

Coastal Research and Education Society of LI

Concerned Long Island Mountain Bicyclists

East Hampton Trails Preservation Society

Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt

Friends of Wertheim

Greg Ferraris, CPA

Harbor Publishing

Long Island Native Plant Initiative

Long Island Pine Barrens Society

North Fork Audubon

North Shore Audubon

North Shore Land Alliance

Peconic Baykeeper

Peconic Estuary Program

ProtoZone Interactive Exhibits

Queens County Bird Club

Quogue Wildlife Refuge

South Shore Audubon Society

South Shore Estuary Reserve

Southampton Trails Preservation Society

Surfrider Foundation
- Eastern Long Island


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March 22-23 2019 Berkner Hall Brookhaven National Laboratory

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