The Hamptons is defined by its relationship to the water—but more and more, we are finding that the health of our water is compromised. Our water faces growing contamination that is real and measurable from pollutants, dated infrastructure and the impact of a growing population. And of course polluted water makes for threatened marine life and our native birds and animals.
Luke Weil, chair of the board of directors of the Long Island Marine Purification Initiative Alliance, or LIMPIA (which means "clean" in Spanish) says, "What is unique about this organization, as well as the event itself, is its inclusiveness around an issue that literally no one I've spoken to hasn't wanted to get behind: the quality of the water in our East End communities where we swim, surf and fish."
Join LIMPIA on Saturday for dinner or drinks and dancing at Moby’s. Learn what they’re doing to inspire lasting change around the very real problem of water quality on the East End.
· LIMPIA benefit tickets via Eventbrite [Official]