Connecticut State Statutes
Harbor Management Commissions
DEP Related Statutes
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Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Office of Long Island Sound Programs - This Office Coordinates programs within the DEP which have an impact on Long Island Sound and related coastal land and water. Its authority includes permits and regulations. It also provides grant funds for certain activities.
This link describes the DEP OLISP Permit Program for activities in coastal waters
Download Permit and COP Application Forms and Instructions
Long Island Sound License Plate Program - Grants Available
Clean Vessel Act Program Includes Pump Out Directory and Map
Clean Vessel Act Grants - For installing and operating Pump Out Stations
Connecticut Department of Agriculture
Aquaculture Business and Technical Information Information
Connecticut Department of
Connecticut Department of Transportation -
EPA New England
Dredging Long Island Sound and National Topics/Programs
Virtual Technology Trade Show for Storm Water and Waste Water Management
US Army Corps of Engineers, New England District
The Connecticut Maritime Coalition
The Connecticut Marine Trades Association
The High Speed Ferry Safety Task Force of LIS
Charts and Navigational Aids
U S Coast Guard Local Notice to Mariners District 1
NOAA Navigational Charts Page
NOAA Chart Corrections by Chart Numbers
Tide and Current Predictions
Longer time periods, larger tables and plots. Slow but nice.
Environmental Programs and Groups
The Long Island Sound Study
- A cooperative effort involving researchers, regulators, user groups and other concerned organizations and individuals working improve the health of the Sound by implementing the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan completed in 1994
Save the Sound - Save the Sound is a bi-state, non-profit membership organization dedicated to the restoration, protection, and appreciation of Long Island Sound and its watershed through education, research, and advocacy.
Norwalk River Watershed Initiative - The Initiative is a partnership among federal and state agencies, watershed towns, local groups, and residents to address local water quality and resource protection problems and opportunities in the Norwalk River Watershed
The Connecticut Audubon Society is the state's oldest and largest environmental education organization.
MARINE SANITATION : Fact vs. Folklore
This site has lots of good information about how to keep holding tanks and marine heads odor free and working well.
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