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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Strained Fluke Quotas, Hurricanes and Safe Harbor

Strained Fluke Quotas, Hurricanes and Safe Harbor Case of fisherman bound for North Carolina caught in José’s rough seas highlights

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Old Bluebill Goes Down the River

I was a little nervous when I arrived at Riverhead’s downtown waterfront Aug. 6 to enter my tiny water heater-box

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So You Want To Build a Cardboard Boat? Have You Gone Daft?

by Beth Young The idea began like many of my other half-baked plans: with a supposedly useless bit of packaging.

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The Bunker Resurgence: The Good News Beyond Recent Fish Kills

by Glenn Jochum As you take your fish oil supplement, feed your pet, or apply your lipstick there’s a chance

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Fire Fighter Returns to Greenport

In the dead of the night overnight June 8, the FDNY Fireboat Fire Fighter returned to Greenport, after spending the

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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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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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Student Scientists Spend a Day in the Life of the Peconics

Photo Above: Southampton HS at Sebonic Inlet, with teacher Jennifer Keller, looking through their seining finds. In the net are

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