Orient Deer Management Survey
Would you allow the following types of hunting on your property?

Bow hunting by local hunters?

Bow hunting by hunters that you choose?

Bow hunting and the erection of tree stands?

Bow hunting only if meat were to be donated to food banks?

Bow hunting only on limited designated days?


Professional Sharpshooters?

Would you allow hunters on your property to retrieve arrows or injured deer?

Would you be interested in learning to hunt?

Would you be willing to contribute financially to help incentivize the hunters?

How many contiguous acres do you own?




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Spring 2023 Newsletter

Spring 2023 Newsletter

We hope you are all enjoying the cool and peaceful days of spring as we approach the busy summer months.Kicking off the summer season, after a long hiatus the first in-person Annual Meeting of the Orient Association will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall.Members of the Orient Association will be voting on a new slate of officers and Board Members will be introduced.
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Forum on Coastal Resilience and Sea Level Rise

Forum on Coastal Resilience and Sea Level Rise

The Orient Association hosted a forum on Coastal Resilience and Sea-Level Rise. The guest speaker was Elizabeth Hornstein.Elizabeth is a Sustainable and Resilient Communities Extension Professional with New York Sea Grant. She is supporting Suffolk County communities within the Long Island Sound watershed with sustainability and resilience planning and implementation of projects. The goal of this work is to help communities anticipate and overcome disturbances caused by a changing climate. Elizabeth will discuss sea level rise and environmental threats affecting Orient, as well as opportunities to increase resilience.
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