NFEC Highlights Volunteer Water Testing Program

Pictured Above: Dan Carroll testing water in Mattituck Inlet this past summer. | NFEC photo Throughout the world, citizen scientists

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Amagansett Life-Saving Station Gets a Rare Gift

Pictured Above: Mayda Idone with Scott Bradley, and Michael Cinque, Co-Presidents of the Amagansett Life-Saving & Coast Guard Station Society

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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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Mary E Righted After Maine Knockdown

Pictured Above: The Mary E under sail in Maine. | Maine Maritime Museum Photo Longtime Greenport residents may remember the

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A Groundbreaking Exploration of the Waters Off Plum Island

All islands are shaped by the waters surrounding them, and Plum Island, which sits just off the end of Orient

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Celebrating Montauk’s Floating Wetlands

Members of the Concerned Citizens of Montauk (CCOM) and East Hampton Town representatives met on the shore of Fort Pond

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A New Sanctuary for Scallops

The Peconic Bay Scallop, whose adult population has been wiped out in East End waters each of the past two

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Good News for Kelp

Pictured Above: Project co-leader Michael Doall (left) and Stony Brook University boat captain Brian Gagliardi harvesting a kelp line out

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Rebuilding An Ecosystem

Pictured Above: Stony Brook researchers set oysters on the man-made reefs in Shinnecock Bay | ShiRP photo Like many water

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And Now, Welcome to the Anthropocene

Pictured Above: Dr. Gobler’s representation of the Four Horsemen of the “Anthropocene Ocean” Apocalypse. HABs are Harmful Algae Blooms. The

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An Afternoon in Widow’s Hole

Sometimes even the smallest speck of shoreline can launch you in a time machine through the history human interaction with

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