Monthly Archives: July 2017

DEC Announces $945,000 Acquisition of Unique Pine Barrens Core Property in Manorville Land Preservation Protects Water Quality and Habitat, Expands Hunting Opportunities State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today that New York State has acquired a long-sought-after parcel of land that will protect drinking water resources while also greatly expanding recreational […]

The following six locations in the Suffolk County Park System have been designated as official dive and snorkeling spots. At Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton: The Northwest Harbor site provides a good novice dive that provides excellent photo opportunities. There is plenty of light, little current, and lots of small sea life. The depth is […]

Since Summer is officially here, it’s time to try and hit some beaches! Seeing as you’re on Long Island we’ve come up with some amazing places you have access to enjoy. Check out some of the most amazing beaches below, then grab some sunblock, a beach towel, and your camera. and get yourself (and your […]

It was back in 1812 that “Uncle Billy Dayton” set the first white pine seedlings on his farm in Middle Island on the road to Yaphank. As the years passed, the trees grew and seeded themselves over the land that surrounded the first planting, until they covered nearly 15 acres, and became the most beautiful […]