Environmental Park Resources
Find the park resources keeping Long Islanders green. This easy to use directory is searchable by name, keyword or category. Glossary follows. Review A Park Resource or Interview for community service.
We have over 100 locations, providing speciality & contact information, best websites & website service recommendations. If you would like to be featured, become a professional member.
Featured Professional Memberships
These Featured members financially support our Long Island Parks and Park Resources knowledge bases. Compiled data enable advice based on observations and data trends But when advice is needed, beyond what our member and volunteer support can provide, we also offer related consultation services.
- Caran Markson - natural landscape designer and master gardener*
- CEED - Long Island based Nature Center with conservation programs
- CRESLI - Marine Mammal Research & Conservation on Long Island
- Farmingville Residents Association - to improve & develop community relations for a united Farmingville
- Friends of Wertheim - A voice for its protection, enjoyment, & appreciation
- Go Native Long Island - Invasive Species Consultation Services
- Janet Hann - Monday Crew - Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference*
- Jenn Lucas Illustration - Portraits of the Natural World
- KMS Native Plants, LLC - Bring Nature back to your backyard!
- Phil Benvin - Master naturalist, hunter, wildlife tracker, and avid canoeist*
- Quality Parks - Native Plants & Conservation
- Wild Heart Nature Connection - Forest Therapy & Life Coaching Outdoors in Nature
* These park resources have no website to review, conduct an interview: Interview A Park Resource.
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Search by name or keyword. Categories enable refined searching. Category Details, a glossary of terms follow our listings.
We've categorized park resources into the following specialties:
Web Service Recommendations
By using citizen science, we collect information about park resources. We've categorized information regarding park resource needs for improvement as follows:
- Home Page & Environmental Content Recommendations - Clearly explains environmental purpose and links to relevant content. In some cases linking maybe improved by including a dropdown menu in the navigation bar.
- Event Recommendations - We recommend that the website have a listing of upcoming events.
- Newsletter Content Recommendations - Some environmental content is found on newsletters, but not on the park resources website. We recommend that the content be added to the website with a link back to it from your newsletter. Because of three reasons: 1) you want other to view content who may not be on your mailing list, 2) many of those on your mailing list maybe overwhelmed with emails, and may prefer to review content on your website, and 3) you'll improve your ranking on internet searches.
- Searching and Categories Recommendations - We recommend that you place searching capability on your website, and/or categorize your news stories or blog posts to help readers find informative content.
- Website Activity Recommendations - Website activity recommendations relate for the need to have the is copyright , events, news, and blogs list recent dates. Otherwise, folks will think your not active, and that this is an old site.
- Website Design Recommendations - Web design recommendations relate to either: the need for an overall modernization of the look and feels of the website, reorganization of content, and/or content in need of keyword optimization related to improving search engine optimization.