Local Oyster Farms Get National Funding

Several Long Island oyster farms have received grant funding from The Nature Conservancy and the Pew Charitable Trust’s Shellfish Growers

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Paddle for the Sound Returns

Save the Sound is back for its eighth year of Paddle for the Sound. For nine days from July 29

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Shinnecock Kelp Farmers Keep Growing

Pictured Above: Shinnecock Kelp Farmers at the kelp hatchery. | Courtesy Shinnecock Kelp Farmers The Shinnecock Kelp Farmers, a multi-generational,

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Hope for Long Island’s Bays

Pictured Above: Stony Brook students made short work of planting 80,000 clams into spawner sanctuaries in Shinnecock Bay along with

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Bay Scallop Researchers Explore the Fall Spawn

For the past four seasons, scientists working to understand Peconic Bay scallops have found a clear correlation between the stress

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New Paper Links Scallop Die-Off to Climate Change

The local researchers working to get to the bottom of the die-off of Peconic Bay Scallops for the last three

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Ospreys Continue to Rebound

Long Island’s osprey population continued its dramatic rebound in the summer of 2022, according to statistics released in late January

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Sea Turtles in Trouble

Pictured Above: A sea turtle rescued by the New York Marine Rescue Center. |. NYMRC Photo via Facebook As of

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DEC Shares Results of Invasive Herbicide Treatment in the Peconic River

After more than a decade of trying to remove a invasive floating primroses from the Peconic River by hand, the

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Citizen Scientists to Document Riverside’s Water & Air

Pictured Above: Wildwood Lake is just one of the water bodies that is being sampled under the new program. The

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“A Day in the Life” Celebrates Ten Years

For the past ten years, elementary and high school students from all over Long Island have visited different local waterways

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