Association of Great Neck
Clark Beach

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(Courtesy of Doris Wilson)

Clark Pond --
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AGN celebrates Earth Day on Saturday, April 27, rain or shine. Meet at 9 am at Clark Beach for coffee, grab a garbage bag, and join your neighbors sprucing up Great Neck. Contact Alissa Powers with questions, alissaer14@gmail.com


The Triangle Garden is waking up from a long winters nap. On Saturday, May 4 starting at 9:00am help us plant, prune, and prepare the garden for the summer. Wear gloves, water will be provided. Contact Lianne Halloran with questions, LRHAL51@verizon.net.


The AGN Annual Meeting at Clark Beach is Saturday, May 14 at 10am. We will award scholarships, share financial information and elect board members for the 2019-2020 year. Prior to the meeting (9:00am) we will be putting the pram/kayak racks and boardwalk on Clark Beach. Contact Cricket with questions, cricketwilbur@gmail.com


Click on Calendar in the sidebar for a complete list of 2019 AGN Events.


The 2019 Winter e-Newsletter is HERE.


Renew or join AGN online. Click on Membership in the sidebar to get started.


AGN is selling reusable grocery bags ($10/bag), navy blue with white AGN logo, to support the conservation and preservation of Clark Beach. To purchase a bag, contact Lianne Halloran -- lrhal51@verizon.net.


Stories from Ipswich, by Gordon Harris
The Keeping of Cattle on Jeffreys Neck


CONSERVATION CORNER: No one knows how much un-recycled plastic ends up in the ocean. What we do know is most of it isn't thrown off ships, but is dumped on land or in rivers. It is then blown or washed into the sea. It's unclear how long it will take for plastic to completely biodegrade. However, estimates range from 450 years to never.

And ocean plastic is estimated to kill millions of marine animals every year. Nearly 700 species, including endangered ones, are harmed visibly -- strangled by abandoned fishing nets, while many more are harmed invisibly.

A highly effective action is the manual clean up of beaches, coasts, rivers, lands, and estuaries. Please join us the second Saturday of August & September to clean up plastic litter at Clark Beach because plastic trash in the ocean is more than an aesthetic problem.




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Last revised: April 17, 2019