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  • Marine & Fresh Water Conservation

    Marine & Fresh Water Conservation

    In order to prevent the contamination of the Long Island and Fishers Island Sounds and our island’s freshwater ponds,...
  • Beach Cleanup

    Beach Cleanup

      Through the generosity of one island family, the Conservancy spearheads this program to keep the Island’s beaches...
  • Environmental Gardening and Invasive Species Management

    Environmental Gardening and Invasive Species Management

      Many people on Fishers remember the ground nesting birds parading their young. The calls of the whippoorwill and...
  • Mosquito Control

    Mosquito and Feral Cat Population Control

    The Conservancy recognized that the traditional spraying of toxic pesticides was an ineffective mosquito control method...
  • Grants

    Inquiries Invited for Conservancy Grants

    The Conservancy's 25th Anniversary Fund was founded in 2010 following the Conservancy's celebration of 25 years serving...
  • Advocacy and Outreach

    The Conservancy participates as a partner in ongoing and new efforts to maintain and improve the natural physical...

Helping to preserve, enrich and enhance the natural resources of Fishers Island

The Fishers Island Conservancy is a nonprofit group that partners with Fishers Island residents, businesses, non-profit organizations and the government to preserve, enrich and enhance the natural resources of Fishers Island and its surrounding waters.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Posted by admin in Events

Sunset on the Beach 2014

Sign up to become a Sponsor or Supporter of our most important event of the year!

Sunset on the Beach will be held on Saturday July 19, 2014 from 6 to 8 PM, at the Fishers Island Club. 

The deadline to be listed as a Sponsor on the invitation is May 29th.  We will accept Sponsor and Supporter admissions to the event until July 15th.

Friday, December 13, 2013 Posted by admin in Advocacy

President's Message: State of the Conservancy in 2013

The Fishers Island Conservancy has had another wonderfully busy year.  The Conservancy increased funding for our existing programs and took on new responsibilities with dedicated vigor, all the while maintaining our mission and promise to protect and enhance the natural environment of Fishers Island.  

Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Posted by admin in Habitat

Island Sentinel Grant - 2013 recap with video

This summer, the Fishers Island Conservancy and the Community Center launched a new program - Island Sentinels - to enable students from the F.I. School to learn about wildlife monitoring and connect with the natural environment of our Island on a scientific level. Guided by naturalist Justine Kibbe, the first two Island Sentinels, the brother-sister team of Olivia and Rob Backhaus, did a fabulous job of observing and recording conditions at ten different sites around the island.

Sunday, October 27, 2013 Posted by admin in Habitat

Our Island Naturalist in the News

Naturalist and Conservancy grant recipient Justine Kibbe's work has been attracting media attention recently.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Posted by admin in Water

Otters on Fishers Island: August 6 and 7, 2013

Presentation: The River Otters of Fishers Island
Tuesday, August 6th at 5:00 pm
Fishers Island Community Center – Community Room
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Posted by admin in Habitat

Meet the Island Sentinels!

The Conservancy welcomes our first Island Sentinels, the brother-sister team of Rob and Olivia Backhaus. Rob graduated this year from the Fishers Island School and is headed to college this fall. Olivia will be a senior at the F.I. School this fall.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 Posted by admin in Water
Thursday, April 11, 2013 Posted by admin in Habitat

New Conservancy Grants Fund Otter Research, Naturalist Work, Student Program and Native Trees

The FI Conservancy Board voted March 9 to fund work under four new grants. The first grant will fund planting of native trees in the FI Cemeteries. Another grant will support Justine Kibbe in her work as our island naturalist for another six months. The board also approved a second proposal by Justine and the FI Community Center to work with two FI high school students on stewardship and monitoring of our island’s natural environment.