The Long Island Seaport and Eco Center (LISEC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting an appreciation, awareness, and understanding of maritime history and the marine environment.
Creation, Education, Conservation, Restoration
Long Island Seaport and Eco Center
BAYLES BOAT SHOP
The wood boat connects us to our roots and its craftsmanship should not be lost. The Bayles Boat Shop, a post and beam construction created by volunteers working together since 2006, is complete. It will keep Port Jefferson’s maritime boat building heritage alive through active small-boat building and restoration projects. Community Heritage Programming will start this fall with shop apprenticeship courses, and new Family Boat Building projects. Join us! READ MORE
...using the Sound and harbor as a learning laboratory...
Committed to keeping the community in touch with the water around us, LISEC provides beach discovery, rock exploration, and marine art programs for school, scout, and community groups. Many programs are done in conjunction with the Port Jefferson Free Library (tel: 473-0022 for details). If you want a program, contact Kathy at 631-474-4725! READ MORE
PORT JEFFERSON VILLAGE GO GREEN
LISEC continues to work for the greening of Port Jefferson Village. The initiative was founded in 2008 and is a collaboration between the Village, the Humanities Institute of Stony Brook University, LISEC, area schools and not-for-profit organizations. READ MORE
In the ten beach cleanups completed during the first eight months of 2009, twenty-one tons of debris were removed with the help of 476 volunteers. Fifteen communities and organizations have ‘Adopted a Beach’ in 2009. This is the 20th year of beach cleanups initiated by Costal Steward Dave Johnson. To find out more go to: www.COASTALSTEWARD.org. READ MORE
Long Island Seaport and Eco Center
Over the last ten years, LISEC has worked with the Coastal Steward raising and releasing oysters in local harbors. The success of this program is now visible as his disease free, black striped oysters are now found on piers, around Anchorage Point, and in many places around the harbors. These oysters are busy cleaning our harbor waters. One mature oyster filters 50 gallons of water per day. LISEC volunteers, community groups, schools and scouts gain great knowledge while working on this exciting project. To find out more go to: www.COASTALSTEWARD.org. READ MORE
Membership is available to all
who wish to expand their knowledge and wrap themselves in the past and future
of Long Island's marine environment.
Membership dollars support our programs.
Come join the journey!
LISEC MEMBERSHIP & SPONSORSHIP
Long Island Seaport and Eco Center (LISEC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting an appreciation, awareness, and understanding of maritime history and the marine environment. It supports and sponsors projects and activities to raise awareness of the area's nautical history and environment, while educating our youth and keeping alive the spirit of community involvement. READ MORE
LONG ISLAND SEAPORT & ECO CENTER101A EAST BROADWAYPORT JEFFERSON, NY 11777
Restoration of an SS Sloop
The Bayles Boat Shop at Harborfront Park is open for business
every Wednesday and Saturday morning from 9 - 12 noon
Third Annual Sika Boat Building Event
August 17&18 2013
Photograph reproduced from CLC website
2013 Bayles Boat Shop Boat Builds January 1-August 1 READ MORE LISEC's 2013 Raffle Boat Drawing and New 2014 Raffle Boat READ MORE
2014 Boat Building Class
Three New Designs and One Restoration