The New Haven Register is reporting that government and environmental organizations will hold a Twitter discussion about Hurricane Sandy’s effects on the health of Long Island Sound’s wildlife and shoreline ecology today (Friday, November 9) at 2:30 p.m.
Participants will include Connecticut Fund for the Environment’s Save the Sound program, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Connecticut Sea Grant and the Connecticut Audubon Society.
To follow and participate in the event on Twitter go to the Save the Sound Twitter page by CLICKING HERE.
Want to participate but don’t use Twitter? Don’t worry, Save the Sound will take some questions from their Facebook fans as well, just post them on Save the Sound’s Facebook wall by CLICKING HERE.
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