Conserving Long Island Wildlife
The Seatuck Environmental Association is a not-for-profit, member-supported, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting the conservation of Long Island wildlife and environment, through education, research and advocacy.
You can help us by donating money towards the final renovations of our nature center. You can donate supplies and tools. You can donate your time and skills. Or most importantly, you can let others know about the work we are doing.
Go to our Web site at www.seatuck.org to learn more about what we do.
1. Our education programs seek to foster a greater appreciation and understanding of Long Island wildlife in support of long-term conservation
2. Current conservation programs include: American Chestnut Trees,Long Island Colonial Waterbird Survey, Scully Wildlife Surveys
3. Advocacy: We've recently been involved in Suffolk County's marsh management plans, the Brentwood TRIM facility, and the EPCAL development plans..