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NFEC Lecture: “Marine Water Quality Past, Present & Future” at Jamesport Meeting House
July 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Join the NFEC for a Presentation on
Marine Water Quality
Past, Present and Future
by Mark Cappellino
Thursday, July 25th,
Jamesport Meeting House
1590 Main Road
Jamesport, NY 11947
Stormwater runoff is a major source of pollution nationwide and in Suffolk County. Substances like oil, fertilizer, bacteria, pesticides, and other chemicals carried by stormwater causes poor water quality of our local bays, lakes and other water bodies. Learn how water quality impacts swimming beaches and shellfishing and what you can do to reduce stormwater pollution from your home. Cornell Cooperative Extension Stormwater Educator, Mark Cappellino, presents this program as part of the Suffolk County Stormwater Management Program, brought to you by Suffolk County, County Executive Steve Bellone, Department of Public Works and the Department of Environment and Energy.
Learn about how nitrogen is harming local water quality
Learn about history of brown and red tide blooms
Learn what you can do to reduce stormwater pollution