Reversing the Environmental Crisis on Long Island
A news article in the Times earlier this year reported on an issue most of us already know: the water crisis. In this latest of many environmental issues facing Long Island, we’ve learned that water quality all along the south shore has plummeted in recent years, leading to closed beaches, dead rivers, harmful algae, and the destruction of the local fishing industry.
Ambassadors for a Clean Environment
As a committed Regional Ambassador for the #AgentsofChange movement, our team at the Nestor Morales Agency is announcing a comprehensive campaign to address the many environmental problems in our area. This water issue is only the latest, and there are many more. We will be supporting multiple initiatives to improve outdated recycling efforts, protect green spaces, and detoxify waterways to help restore the natural beauty that once defined our community.
There is much to do, and we can’t do it alone. We need your help.
Help Us Restore Long Island
Instead of sending a donation, we’re asking you to help us share our vision of a cleaner environment here on Long Island. When you refer a friend or loved one into the Nestor Morales Agency for a complimentary insurance appraisal, we will also provide information on several local programs designed to help us restore the local environment. As a way of thanking you, we will then issue a contribution IN YOUR NAME to one of the many greening initiatives or programs we are supporting in our area.
Let’s Work Together
By working together, we can bring Long Island back from the brink of the environmental catastrophe we all now face. We hope you decide to join our team.
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As reported in the New York Times last May, Long Island is facing a water pollution epidemic that threatens to destroy local fishing efforts and toxify nearby communities. The Nestor Morales Agency is saddened by the state of the environment in the Suffolk County area, and we are launching a campaign to help restore waterways, […]