New Striped Bass Regulations Go Into Effect

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced Tuesday, June 20 that it has officially adopted new emergency regulations

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Shellabration Returns to Greenport

Pictured Above: Little Creek Oysters in downtown Greenport is a mainstay of Shellabration festivities | CCE marine photo The 10th

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Plum Island Underwater Survey Shows Abundance

Pictured Above: A northern star coral found during the survey (dead; live samples were also found) Over five days last

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Governor Calls for Federal Help With Scallop Crisis

Pictured Above: Two lone scallopers off of North Sea on opening day of scallop season in November. New York Governor

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Dead Humpback Whale Adds to Marine Mammal Mortality Concerns

Pictured Above: The humpback whale found off of Montauk. | Photo courtesy of Petty Officer 2nd class Unwin of USCG

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Southampton Celebrates Shinnecock Fishing Dock

Pictured Above: Rev. Philip Hubbard of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church blessed the Terri Sue Southampton Town and Suffolk County celebrated

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Southampton Students First In World To Raise Shrimp Gobies

Pictured Above: A lagoon shrimp goby, courtesy of Fish Guy Photos Propelling through Southampton High School’s aquarium waters is a

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Get Back to the Bays

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Back to the Bays Initiative has begun its spring membership drive, and is asking members of the

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Kelp Farmers Get A Big Surprise

Pictured Above: Stony Brook University scientist Mike Doall and oyster farmer Paul McCormick with kelp grown on the Great Gunn

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Suffolk Seeks to Help Shuckers

Pictured Above: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone tries his hand at shucking oysters at the March 11 press conference at

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State Sues Feds Over Fluke

New York is suing the federal government over its method of calculating commercial fluke fishing quotas, arguing that the state’s

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