BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Kailala, a great horned owl, was one of the stars of the Green Expo last year, presented by the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center.
Ask an Islander what’s the most significant issue and the answer is likely to be water quality.
Water has always been a critical concern, although at one time it was with quantity more than quality. But studies done by Suffolk County and the United States Geological Survey have revealed a more urgent need for locals to get their water tested and to take steps to reduce the nitrogen content in drinking water. (more…)
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ARF presents Tailgating, a cat and dog adoption event at the police station on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you have a dog at home and are serious about adopting another, please bring them with you for a mandatory meet and greet. Free admission, adoption fees apply. For more information contact [email protected]
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The Shelter Island Fire Department hosted its 56th annual Chicken Barbecue Saturday and our Bev Walz was there. (more…)
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Leaves and seedpods.
Latin Name: Ailanthus altissima
Locations: Tree of heaven thrives (too well) throughout the Island. One is tucked to the side of the library parking lot; a cluster of small trees flourish along the edge of Coecles Harbor at the intersection of Cobbetts Lane and Ram Island Road.
Cori Cass graduated from Syracuse University’s graduate level business school, The Whitman School of Management, on May 12, 2019, with a 3.7 GPA and a concentration in finance.
Cori’s currently working for JP Morgan Chase, transitioning into a financial adviser role with the firm.