August 4, 2015

History of Soundkeeper

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Recent Updates


Hardcopy SoundScaping Booklets Now Available by Request

Soundkeeper is now taking requests for a limited number of hardcopies of our SoundScaping booklet that is also currently available to be viewed on this website through the “Publications” tab.  Printing costs were covered thanks to a grant from the Quebec Labrador Foundation’s Sounds Conservancy Program. Polluted storm water runoff from properties within the Long […]


Soundkeeper’s 2015 Pumpout Program is a convenient way to keep the Sound clean

Soundkeeper is operating our pumpout program this year with free mobile pumpouts for boaters using our convenient online request system located at  Click on the “Online Pumpout Request” icon at the top of the homepage to fill out a pumpout request for our free service.  An email confirmation will  be sent when the pumpout […]


Soundkeeper keeps up the pressure on Stamford Boatyard development

Soundkeeper last week filed an affidavit opposing Building and Land Technology (BLT) request to postpone a ruling on the cease and desist case against the company that demolished the South End boatyard.  Since our inception, Soundkeeper has made it a priority to defend water access and promote water-dependent uses on coastal properties along the Sound. […]


Soundkeeper takes action on proposed sale of Plum Island

Soundkeeper has taken legal action with our Notice of Intent to Sue for Violations of the Consultation Requirements of Section 7 of the Endangered Specied Act in Connection with the Proposed Sale of Plum Island, NY.  Soundkeeper opposes the sale of this precious piece of habitat to the highest bidder and are in favor of […]


Soundkeeper Supports Bans on Plastic Bags and Microbeads

Plastics are entering our natural environment and the waters of the Long Island Sound at a faster rate now than at any other time in the history of humanity.  Manmade plastics can persist in the environment for hundreds and, particularly in an aquatic environment, thousands of years.  Fish which we eat can ingest plastics, thereby […]

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