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Bay Friendly Yards: Creating Wildlife Habitat

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Discover how to bring your yard to life with Save the Great South Bay Director of Habitat Restoration Frank Piccininni.

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The typical suburban yard lacks the basic necessities of wildlife habitat. Learn how to bring your yard to life by creating a Bay Friendly Yard that is also a place for wildlife to call home, during our webinar on Saturday, May 15th at 10:00 AM via Zoom with Frank Piccininni, Director of Habitat Restoration at local environmental non-profit Save The Great South Bay, 501(c)3 .

Bring your questions as we have allotted lots of time for Q&A after the 25-minute presentation!

About Frank Piccininni: Frank Piccininni is a biologist, environmental attorney, and passionate environmentalist who is dedicated to restoring functional habitat to our human-impacted landscape. Frank received his J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law, his M.S. in Biological Sciences from Marshall University, and his B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a Partner and Co-Founder at SMPIL Consulting, Ltd. and Spadefoot Design and Construction through which he provides expert testimony for community and advocacy groups, and habitat restoration services to private, public, and commercial clients.

About Save The Great South Bay, 501(c)3: A local non-profit dedicated to protecting and preserving the Great South Bay. Our Bay Friendly Yard series demonstrates the accessibility of a Bay Friendly Yard to each and every Long Island resident, helping to restore the Great South Bay, and with that strengthen our South Shore communities.

This program is co-presented by the Village of Amityville, Amityville Public Library, Lindenhurst Public Library, Babylon Public Library and the Nathaniel Conklin House Community Cultural and Educational Center.

Please note: Session is in Eastern Time Zone. All registered participants will receive the Zoom login link via email 1 day and again 2 hours before the webinar.  You will need a computer with an internet connection, an email address, and to download and install Zoom. No webcam or microphone needed to attend this webinar.   


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