Farmingville, NY – – On October 14, Supervisor Ed Romaine joined 11th and 12th grade Center Moriches High School AP Biology, Chemistry and Environmental students at Crystal Beach (left) and William Floyd High School Honor Society students (right) at the Forge River Marina. The students were participating in the Central Pine Barrens Commission and the US Fish and Wildlife Services annual "A Day in the Life” environmental program. The Supervisor spoke with the students about the importance of preserving our water quality and protecting wildlife in Brookhaven Town.Supervisor Romaine said, “I enjoy meeting with students to talk about the environment and how important it is to save what is left for future generations. Thanks to the Central Pine Barrens Commission and the US Fish and Wildlife Services, students learn to appreciate how sensitive the environment is and what we can do to protect and preserve it for years to come”.During “A Day in the Life,” students and teachers engaged in hands-on science exploration. The purpose is to help students develop an appreciation of Long Island’s river and estuary ecosystems, to collect useful scientific data and allow them to become stewards of water quality and natural resources. To learn more about the Central Pine Barrens “A Day in the Life” program, go to www.pb.state.ny.us.