Surf & Turf: Making Environmental Connections between Landscaping and Long Island Sound. September 13, First Congregational Church Hall, Meetinghouse Lane, Madison, CT. 12:45 pm Free and Open to the Public
The Long Island Sound Study is a two state, interagency partnership that works with numerous agencies and groups to restore and protect Long Island Sound. An estuary of national significance, LIS needs everyone's help to preserve the long-term economic, recreational, and natural assets that it provides.
Please join the Garden Club of Madison on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at the First Congregational Church-Madison at 12:45 pm for a program presented by Judy Preston Long Island Sound Study/CT Sea Grant.Judy Preston, Connecticut Outreach Program Coirdinator for Ling Island Sound Study (LISS) and a staff member at CT Sea Grant.
An ecologist and passionate gardener, Judy created Sound Gardening for Water Quality, a multi-tiered program that includes the Advanced Master Gardener Coastal Certificate Program. LISS is a two/state, interagency partnership that works with numerous agencies and groups to restore and protect Long Island Sound.