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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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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East Hampton Embraces Understanding of Rising Seas

How will rising seas due to climate change impact us? That’s a question that coastal communities have been asking all

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DEC Opens Shinnecock Bay Shellfishing, Closes Mattituck Creeks

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced that western Shinnecock Bay in the Town of Southampton is

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Red Tide Causes Shellfish Closures in Sections of Peconic, Shinnecock Bays

Effective May 4, 2017, the New York State Department of Conservation has issued a temporary ban on the harvesting of shellfish

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Dr. Gobler’s State of the Bays: Hope and a Changing Climate

“Blooms like it hot,” said the East End’s algae bloom expert, Dr. Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook Southampton, acknowledging the

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Dr. Gobler to Give “State of the Bays 2017: Hope at the Brink” Address

This Friday, April 7, 2017 Dr. Chris Gobler will give his annual “State of the Bays” address in the Duke Lecture Hall

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Human Powered: Round Robins Island

I don’t think I’ll ever forget the first time I paddled a kayak across the north race from New Suffolk

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Zeldin Pledges To Protect East End Estuaries

East End Congressman Lee Zeldin was at Veterans Beach on the Peconic Bay in Mattituck on March 13 to announce

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After Winter Storms, Southold’s Town Beach In Danger of Breach

Southold’s Town Beach, which sits on the Long Island Sound in the erosion-prone bowl of Hashamomuck Cove, has fared badly

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