Gobler Lab: Rust Tide Has Spread Across Entire Peconic Estuary

Rust tide, which is toxic to marine life at high densities, has spread across the entire Peconic Estuary during the

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Peconic Estuary Program Seeks Feedback on Future of the Bays

When the Peconic Estuary Program first drafted its Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan more than 15 years ago, much less was

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Coast Guard to Paddlers: Avoid Unnecessary Searches

By USCG Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicole J. Groll Since Memorial Day, the Coast Guard First District command center in

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The Tornado of August 10

The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-0 tornado traveled down the north coast of The Peconic Bathtub late

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Paddling the Peconics

This is the perfect time of year to get out in the creeks and harbors and to venture out into

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Becoming an Oyster Mom

I didn’t really think that I was suffering from Empty Nest Syndrome when I signed up to join the Southold

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Peconic Estuary Program’s Summer Events

The Peconic Estuary Program’s summer events calendar is filled with workshops and volunteer projects ranging from removing invasive species to

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When Artists Take To The Sea, All The World’s A Canvas

If there’s one thing that unites the East End of Long Island with the rest of the vast world, it’s

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DEC, Fishermen Work to Cull Bunker from Peconic River to Avoid Fish Kill

The Department of Environmental Conservation and Riverhead Town are partnering to harvest some of the over-abundant menhaden in the Peconic

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East Hampton Launches an Oyster Garden

  East Hampton Launches an Oyster Garden Growing your own shellfish is catching on all over the East End. This

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Back to the Bays 5K Returns

Back to the Bays 5K Returns Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County’s Marine Program will present its Second Annual “Back to the Bays 5K

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