“Water is at the heart of everything on Long Island. It is critical to our health and our quality of life. My administration’s top priority is purifying Long Island’s water supply. Enclosed in this brochure are steps that you can take to help solve the nitrogen crisis here in Suffolk County”. ~ Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive
Visit the Healthy Lawns Clean Water website at http://healthylawns.suffolkcountyny.gov
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Management practices for Long Island lawns: Contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County: 423 Griffing Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901. Horticulture Information Lines can be reached at 631-727-4126 and 631-581-4223.
Lawns: Visit Cornell University’s website: http://blogs.cornell.edu/horticulture/
Watering lawns: Visit Cornell University’s Northeast Regional Climate Center website: https://www.stateclimate.org/nrcc.
Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning
Division of Water Quality Improvement
H. Lee Dennison Bld., 4th Floor
100 Veterans Memorial Hwy
P.O. Box 6100
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Featured Photo Credit: http://healthylawns.suffolkcountyny.gov
Image used by permission from the Washington State Department of Ecology