08/30/18 8:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOS

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOS

The Island was jam-packed with fun events last week as the Green Expo, the Seventh Annual Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce Duck Race and the 55th Annual Art Show and Craft Fair all took place over the weekend.

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08/16/18 10:00am
COURTESY SYLVESTER MANOR EDUCATIONAL FARM On Saturday, August 25 at 6 p.m. at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm’s Windmill Field, the second annual Cocktail Party at the Windmill will take place.

COURTESY SYLVESTER MANOR EDUCATIONAL FARM
On Saturday, August 25 at 6 p.m. at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm’s Windmill Field, the second annual Cocktail Party at the Windmill will take place.

Shelter Island events and activities.

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05/22/18 4:30pm
KARL GROSSMAN PHOTO Environmentalists and public officials in Suffolk County would rather see wind farm development, above, than oil drilling off the Atlantic shores.

KARL GROSSMAN PHOTO Environmentalists and public officials in Suffolk County would rather see wind farm development, above, than oil drilling off the Atlantic shores.

By 2030, New York State aims to be capable of producing 2,400 megawatts of offshore wind energy — and create nearly 5,000 related jobs.

The New York State Department of Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) completed an offshore wind energy master plan in January. (more…)

06/21/16 2:29pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Christine Tylee from the Group for the East End brought native pollinator plants and harvestable produce to Shelter Island School’s edible garden Monday where she helped elementary students in grades two, three and five to plant them. The Group for the East End donated the plants to encourage the involvement of the students in maintaining the garden.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Christine Tylee from the Group for the East End brought native pollinator plants and harvestable produce to Shelter Island School’s sustainable garden Monday where she helped elementary students in grades two, three and five to plant them.
The Group for the East End donated the plants to encourage the involvement of the students in maintaining the garden.