Invasive Plant: Lesser Celandine

Closeup of clump of spring yellow flowers, Ficaria verna, (formerly Ranunculus ficaria L.) commonly known as lesser celandine or pilewort

Lesser Celandine, an early spring denizen, is an aggressive invasive plant that smothers native ephemeral flower and plants.

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Book The Long Island Conservancy

Long Island is facing an environmental crisis. What native habitat we have left is rapidly vanishing. We can do something about this.

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Japanese Knotweed: Problem #1

Japanese Knotweed taking over a meadow

Japanese Knotweed is set to take over. It may be the world’s worst invasive plant, and we have a great deal of it.

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English Ivy: A Haven For Ticks?

English Ivy killing a stand of pine

Could it be that English Ivy contributes to the spread of ticks by providing cover for them and for the white-footed mouse?

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We Must Seed The Future

The young people of Sayville are helping to harvest native wildflower seeds to be planted in beds throughout the community

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Going Native

By going native, everyone can contribute to improving the local ecology, creating habitat for our local creatures.

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Sayville Goes Native!

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.

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Plant Natives: Create Habitat

We must work to remove invasive plants en masse and plant natives or we will witness the final collapse of our local ecosystems

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