By going native, everyone can contribute to improving the local ecology, creating habitat for our local creatures.
Bring a little Nature home April 23rd in Sayvlle. Come by, learn about and pick up some native plants, and help Sayville restore precious habitat.
Bureaucratic momentum led to the destruction of rare habitat. We as Long Islanders and as New Yorkers need to take a lesson: We must begin to stand for what pockets of nature remain. If they go, then what?
We must work to remove invasive plants en masse and plant natives or we will witness the final collapse of our local ecosystems
A truly dreadful invasive plant would be wisteria. Prized for its flowers, this asian import is strangling trees everywhere.
We need to see English Ivy for what it is: A destructive invasive vine that destroys forests.
On Oct 17th, 2021, Sayville turned out en masse, young and old, to help remove the invasive plants that had taken over Foster Marina Park in Sayville, and to replace those invasive plants with natives — trees such as oak, sassafras, red maple and chestnut, along with a 3000 sq ft wildflower garden