As members of the Preserve Plum Island Coalition,
the H.L. Ferguson Museum, the Fishers Island Conservancy,
and the Fishers Island Oyster Farm
invite you to a benefit for
Save the Sound
to support its leading role in the
Campaign to Preserve Plum Island.
We hope that you are able to attend either in-person or virtually.
The afternoon’s program begins with a presentation by
Louise Harrison, Save the Sound’s New York Natural Areas Coordinator.
Ms. Harrison will address why the preservation of Plum Island is paramount, and
how you can join the fight to preserve it for the people and wildlife of our region.
Where: F.I. Movie Theater
When: Saturday, September 18th
Immediately followed by a
Fishers Island Oysters & Champagne Reception
for in-person attendees.
A webinar link is provided below for virtual attendees.
Be sure not to fill up on popcorn – you want to have room for the sustainably farmed Fishers Island Oysters that will be served at the reception; the location will be decided based on the weather and announced at the conclusion of the presentation.
If you are unable to attend in person, you may join us virtually on September 18th, 2021, at 4 PM, by clicking the button below:Preserve Plum Island Benefit Webinar Access
Louise Harrison is a conservation biologist who has served in federal, state, and county agencies, as well as in leadership and consulting positions for non-profit environmental organizations throughout Long Island. For example, Louise worked on stewardship and habitat restoration as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service liaison to the Long Island Sound Study, identified regionally important natural areas in New York State’s Long Island Sound Coastal Management Program, and was appointed to create and plan the Long Island North Shore Heritage Area by the New York State Assembly. As New York Natural Areas Coordinator, Louise has been at Save the Sound for five years, stationed in Southold. While concentrating on the Plum Island preservation campaign, Louise also has been advancing various land conservation and restoration efforts across Long Island’s North Shore, from Queens to the North Fork.