Action Alerts

Take Action!

Your participation shows local government that our community cares. Please read these alerts, act now, and support Group for the East End’s initiatives. When you sign, click, forward, and show up, it counts! Elected leaders pay attention to civic action. When you speak out, they’re more inclined to protect our natural resources.

We are focused on three key areas:
Land & Critical Habitat Protection, Clean Water Action, and Sustainability & Community Planning. Take Action!

IMG_3317Land & Critical Habitat Protection:

Stop Another Raid on Land Protection Funding

Send an e-mail to the SC Executive and Legislature>

 Posted: October 3, 2014

owl-seo1-032208-cvLand & Critical Habitat Protection:

Stop Suburban Sprawl at Calverton Grasslands (EPCAL) Site

Send an e-mail to the Riverhead Town Board>

 Posted: September 2, 2014

Water_glassClean Water Action:

Stop the County from Ever Changing the Drinking Water Protection Program Again without Voter Approval

Send an e-mail to the Suffolk County Legislature today>

Posted: August 27, 2014 

IMAG2314Clean Water Action:

Massive Mine Expansion Threatens Local Groundwater Protection Area

Send an e-mail to the DEC today>

Posted: August 11, 2014 

EPCAL-pinesLand & Critical Habitat Protection:

Help protect the 450 acre woodland known as “The Hills” in East Quogue. 

Send an e-mail to the Southampton Town Board>

Posted: July 27, 2014

cleanwaterAction1Clean Water Action:

Let Your Senator Know that Long Island’s Water Quality is a Top Priority

Send an e-mail to your State Senator today>

Posted: July 22, 2014


Clean Water Action:

Urge a Yes Vote on the Long Island Water Quality Control Act

Send an e-mail to your State Senator and State Assemblymember>

Posted: June 13, 2014

Clean Water Action:

Stand Up for Water Quality – Join us on 6/17 at 4pm

at the Riverhead Legislative Auditorium to support Suffolk

County’s Drinking Water Protection Fund.

Posted: June 11, 2014

tractorClean Water Action:

Protect Water Quality and Help Long Island Farmers

Send an e-mail to the USDA >

Posted: April 28, 2014