Save the Sound
Save the Sound is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, protection, and appreciation of Long Island Sound and its watershed through advocacy, education and research.
Long Island Sound Study
The Long Island Sound Study (LISS) is a cooperative effort involving researchers, regulators, user groups and other concerned organizations and individuals working together to protect and improve the health of the Sound by implementing the Sound's Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan completed in 1994.
Real-time weather, water quality and wave data from Long Island Sound.
On this website you can learn about what Long Island Sound is and where to find information about the vast array of environmental issues that impact the Sound.
Connecticut Sea Grant
Connecticut Sea Grant (CTSG) collaborates with maritime industries and coastal communities to identify needs, and fund research, outreach, and educational activities that have special relevance to Connecticut and Long Island Sound.
New York Sea Grant
The New York Sea Grant College Program (NYSG) is one of 30 National Sea Grant College Programs. Created by Congress in 1966, Sea Grant combines university, government, business and industry expertise to address coastal and Great Lakes needs. Funding is provided by New York State through the SUNY and Cornell University educational systems and federally by the parent agency of the U. S. Department of Commerce, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Schooner Sound Learning
Schooner is a private, non-profit marine education organization dedicated to the conservation of the environment, particularly Long Island Sound and the rivers of Connecticut, and appreciation of their culture, history and future.
Individual monthly tide charts for 150 harbors from Eastport, ME to Greenwich, CT.
United States Geological Survey
USGS Studies in Long Island Sound: Geology, Contaminants, and Environmental Issues.
The Office of Long Island Sound Programs administers and coordinates programs within the Department of Environmental Protection which have an impact on Long Island Sound and related coastal lands and waters.