Water for Long Island is a coalition of organizations and individuals working to advance governmental actions for effective groundwater and water supply management across Long Island, including support for the establishment of a state-mandated "compact" to oversee management of Long Island's sole-source aquifers.
Grassroots Environmental Education is a non-profit environmental health organization based in Port Washington. Grassroots is the creator of the “Jump In!” campaign, and the producer of Water Matters. Grassroots is a science-based organization focused on environmental toxins and human health, with an emphasis on pesticides and children's health.
Sierra Club - Long Island Group is a nonprofit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions-legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral.
The Long Island Clean Water Partnership is focused on nitrogen loading and mitigation activities on Long Island. The Partnership is a cooperative venture of four groups involved in water issues, including Citizens Campaign for the Environment, Group for the East End, the Nature Conservancy and the Pine Barrens Society.
Long Island Moms for Clean Water is an organization run by concerned Long Island families committed to improving the quality of drinking water and surface waters on LI. The group provides information on water protection efforts as well as information for families on how to best protect water at home.
Seatuck Environmental Center is a member-supported non-profit dedicated to conservation of Long Island's wildlife through education, research and advocacy. The center is located in Islip, NY.