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The state Of Long Island’s water

What we can do to protect our water now Attendees at The State of Long Island's Water panel discussion, cohosted by the North Shore Land Alliance, North Country Garden Club and The Nature Conservancy, recently learned that Long Island's water resources, both ground and surface waters, are contaminated by excess nitrogen from human septic systems.

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