Long Island Sound Gets EPA Grant Funding

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced this week that it has issued 36 grants totaling $2.57 million for projects to

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Riverside Maritime Trail Plan Near Complete

Landscape designers working on a plan for the Riverside Maritime Trail Park, a 14-acre swath of public land across the

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Accabonac Mosquito Spraying Cut Dramatically Due to New Testing Partnership

Environmentalists in East Hampton are celebrating an innovative program that has enabled the reduction of the spraying of Accabonac Harbor

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Deceased Humpback Whale Washes Up on Napeague

Atlantic Marine Conservation Society received a report from the U.S. Coast Guard Montauk Station this morning around 8:30 a.m. of

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Save Our Seagrass: Taking the Local Approach to Protecting Our Essential Marine Habitats

Pictured Above: Soren Dahl shows an aerial photograph of scour marks surrounding moorings in an eelgrass bed in Coecles Harbor

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Harborfrost Returns to Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor’s annual celebration of its harborfront in winter returns again this weekend for the eighth year in a row, with

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Southold Seeks Genetic Shellfishery Testing

Southold Town, which has some of the most extensive and productive creek networks on the East End, has been taking

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Make the Peconic Estuary Your Valentine

This Valentine’s Day week, join the National Estuary Program to show Congress and the Administration that there is a LOT of love

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New Coordinator for Peconic Estuary Protection

Longtime environmental advocate Patricia Aitken has joined the Peconic Estuary Protection Committee as its new coordinator, responsible for working with

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A New Way to Look at Eelgrass

It’s easy for East Enders to think of the eelgrass that has provided habitat, most famously, to the Peconic Bay

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Photos: A Day in the Life of the Peconic Estuary

For the fourth year in a row, students at schools throughout the Peconic Estuary took to the shores on Oct.

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