About the Founders Circle
The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants the opportunity to have their name (or the name of a loved one) become a permanent part of Seatuck’s home at the Scully Estate. The program supports Seatuck’s work to conserve Long Island wildlife and the environment. It provides important support to Seatuck’s conservation policy initiatives and education programs.
The Founders Circle is located at the Scully Estate’s “Orientation Circle”, the convergence area near the greenhouse that lies along the path from the parking lot to the main entrance. The bluestones match the color, size and pattern of those on the building’s front terrace and entrance walkway. Donors will have the opportunity to select from one of four sizes and have up to four lines of text engraved in the stone.
Donors have a choice of four stone sizes, as follows:
- Extra Large – 24″ x 24″
- Large – 18″x 24″
- Medium – 12″ x 24″
- Small – 12″ x 18″
The different stone sizes allow for various amounts of text, as follows:
- Extra Large – 4 lines of up to 18 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation)
- Large – 4 lines of up to 12 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation)
- Medium – 2 lines of up to 18 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation)
- Small – 2 lines of up to 12 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation)
Invest in Seatuck, Leave Your Mark at Scully!
For more information please contact Sherry Perlman at 631-581-6908 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The only dam on West Brook, a major tributary of the Connetquot River, failed in 2019 and allowed the artificial pond behind it to drain. For the first time in over 100 years, the brook could once again flow naturally from its headwaters in Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park down to the tidal reaches of the Great South Bay. It is now one of a only a few free-flowing streams on Long Island. It has great ecological potential as a place where migratory fish can return and other native riverine species can once again find a home.