THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 20226:00pm to 8:30pmWang Center Theatre Lobby & Lecture Hall 1Stony Brook University Campus Join Friends of the Ashley Schiff Preserve to Celebrate 53 Years of Forever Wild Refreshments to be served. Please complete the following form to RSVP. Thank you. RSVP Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwGBl3j_5HHiij1eWIty9zyiMO4NHojN9L1RSDOC37aNK-yg/viewform?usp=pp_url
Friends of the Ashley Schiff Preserve presents themselves at Earthstock 2022!
Maureen Murphy and Donna DiGiovanni of the Friends of the Ashley Schiff Preserve hosted a table during the Stony Brook University’s annual Earth Day celebration, Earthstock! Thanks for the students and local community members for visiting the table to learn more about the Preserve!
Stony Brook International Student Organization makes a visit to the Preserve! 🌎🗺
Stony Brook ISO members made a visit to the Preserve, and our Vice-President Maureen Murphy lead the walk for them! Hope you guys had a great time!
Rest in Peace, Lee Koppelman
Rest In Peace, Lee Koppelman. Koppelman served as a director of the Center for Regional Policy Studies at Stony Brook University, and had great influence on Long Island sustainability. As one of the first planners to suggest the idea of preserving space in the interest of health and future generations, he always put balance and…
The Developer’s Midnight Fantasy, Video📽️
Annemarie Waugh’s Project is in video format! visit the link here https://vimeo.com/user15425793
Year in Review 2021 is available now
The Year in Review 2021 is available now! Visit the link here (https://ashleyschiff.org/the-year-in-review-2021/) and download to read about the work of the Student Volunteers, John Turner during the 52nd Anniversary, Student Highlight (Matthew Stanton), and a special interview with Annemarie Waugh, the 2021 Ashley Schiff Preserve Scholarship Winner.
Good Scarcity and Climate Change
By Tania Valenzuela With our ever growing population there is a higher demand for food, which is linked to higher use of fertilizers which includes nitrogen and phosphorus that could lead to many environmental effects. There is also an increase in demand in the actual transport and the land usage of countries globally. However I…
Water Pollution is a Problem
By Yuqian Zheng Water is an essential requirement for life on Earth. Around the world, it is estimated that 9,087 billion cubic meters of water are used yearly with countries like China, India, and the United States leading the consumption. The planet Earth is covered in 75% water, however, of the 75%, only 2.5% is…
Mount Garbage, Please Don’t Go
by Bushra Sarwar I remember as a kid we used to run to the swings whenever recess started. On the swings, we would try to go higher and higher, try to beat our last record, try to beat each other. The higher you went, the worse the view got though. From beyond the line of…
The Human Consequence of Suburban Planning
By Taj Sarwar Suburbia was once seen as the ideal place to start a family, to raise children, and to live out the ideal American existence, complete with a large home occupied by a nuclear family, a meticulously maintained yet barren green lawn, and of course, a shiny new car. In fact, many still value…