Orient Coastline

Swans on the Peconic River

JUNE 6, 2015    Noon – 7 PM
Peconic Green Growth
Invites You to


Best Environmental Practices for Bays, Farms, Backyards,
and Gardens for Families and Businesses

HUB: Talks, Film, Vendors, Reception:

Port of Egypt and Heron Suites Hotel,
61600 Main Road, Southold, NY  11971

11AM: Open Hub for tickets

Ticket Price: $20 for members and advance sales; $25 day of tour




Bridgehampton National Bank

 GOLD SPONSOR:        $1,000
D & B Engineers and Architects, P.C.
Port of Egypt/Heron Suites Hotel
Presby Environmental, Inc.
The Suffolk Times

SILVER SPONSOR:         $500
David and Kate Calone
Eljen Corporation
EXCAV Services, Inc.
Sea Tow Services International

Alure Chowder House & Oysteria
H2M architects + engineers
The Lenz Winery
wastewater works, inc.

SPONSOR:                   $ 100
A & A Sewer and Drain Maintenance, Inc.
Jet Inc.
Roman Stone Construction Co.

Perfect Earth Project
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Suffolk County Marine Environmental Learning Center
Peconic Estuary Program


Please consider being a sponsor.
Click here for sponsorship information.

BUSSE / Renewage
Eljen Corporation
EXCAV Services, Inc
Geomatrix Systems, LLC
Jet Stream
National Audubon Society
North Fork Environmental Council
Peconic Estuary Program
Peconic Green Growth
Presby Environmental
Slow Food East End
Wastewater Works Inc.


Volunteers Needed:

We are looking for a volunteer to work 2-4 hours biweekly in our Riverhead office. Computer competency and have good writing skills are needed. Knowledge of social media would be valued. Expected tasks could include:
communication mail merges, Eblast content, thank you letters, Social media campaign,
Event announcements and registration, and survey data input.

Decentralized Wastewater for Communities

Communities can improve local water quality.

Peconic Green Growth will help communities in Eastern Suffolk County to restore sensitive environments by planning and developing designs for community wastewater systems that purify effluent to a higher quality. Wastewater from these systems can also be used for farm and landscaping irrigation, golf course maintenance, and toilet flushing. To select the pilot communities we will look at conditions that negatively impact water quality in the Sound and bays, such as the presence of cesspools, shallow depths to groundwater, small lots, flooding, and close proximity to surface water. A very important first step is a survey that will both provide needed information and let us know which neighborhoods are willing to act promptly to protect our marine environments. Currently we are looking for communities in the Long Island Sound watershed in the towns of Riverhead and Southold, which is being sponsored by the Long Island Sound Study, and communities in the Peconic Estuary in East Hampton, Riverhead, Shelter Island, Southampton, and Southold. Please take our survey. (Link to Survey Monkey) Any and all information is helpful to us even when you don’t know all the answers. Peconic Green Growth will be delighted to make a presentation to homeowners’ associations and other community based groups. Please contact us to schedule a presentation and discussion.

For more information on decentralized systems Learn More


East End Survey

For Survey Results, Click Here.

Peconic Estuary Survey To view the Peconic Estuary Study Draft, Click Here.


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