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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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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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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Long Island Clam Disease Research Gets Federal Funding

Above Photo: Dr.Bassem Allam on Raritan Bay | SoMAS Photo Stony Brook University’s School of Marine Sciences has received a

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A Happy Day for East End Water Quality Projects

Above: State Assemblyman Fred Thiele, County Legislator Bridget Fleming, Sylvester Manor Planning and Conservation Director Sara Gordon and Shelter Island

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A Beautiful Day for a Shellfish-Loving Picnic

Members of the Southold Project in Aquaculture Training gathered Saturday, Sept. 17 at Founder’s Landing in Southold for their annual

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Peconic Estuary Program Kicks Off Fall Events With National Estuaries Week

This Saturday, Sept. 17, marks the beginning of National Estuaries Week, which since 1988 has celebrated the many ways we

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Stony Brook Southampton Shares Ocean Conservation Work With United Nations Dignitaries

On July 9, the Institute for Ocean Conservation Science at the Stony Brook Southampton Marine Station welcomed a group of

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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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