Explore Fort Totten Park – A Historical Relic and a Great Place to Be

Many people do not realize that Queens is filled with wonderful green spaces, or that there are recreational opportunities available throughout the region. Those outsiders think that Queens is nothing but tall buildings and endless traffic, but longtime residents know better. They know that Queens is home to some wonderful parks, including Fort Totten. The […]

Residents want Shoreham Nuclear Plant to be Preserve

More then a decade has passed since Shoreham was supposed to be the home of Long Island’s Nuclear Power Plant. A vision of Long Island Lighting Co. it now sits Dormant. LIPA has been trying to figure out what to do with the vacant plant. Some of the propersals included wind turbines, dredging for a […]

Mud Creek County Park to be restored

The New York State Regional Economic Development Council has awarded Suffolk County with a total of $2.2 million to help with restoration efforts at the Mud Creek County Park in East Patchogue. Suffolk County’s Mud Creek County Park was once occupied by several duck farms, one being the Gallo Duck Farm. The lands and waters […]

Kalers Pond in Center Moriches re-opens after remodel

Kaler Pond, once a grist mill turned park has had little changes since it was donated over several decades ago. This year marks a change in that as the Town of Brookhaven has completed a $500,000 renovation that clears views from Montauk Highway, adds handicap accessibility, replaces intrusive vegetation with native ones and fixes storm […]