Calendar of Events
The meeting of January 23rd has been re-scheduled for January 30th due to weather. Hope to see you all there, be safe.

The East Hampton Town Trustees meet on the second and the fourth Monday of each month starting at at 6:30 PM. We meet in the Town Hall meeting room, 159 Pantigo Rd. East Hampton, NY. 

Our first meeting of the new year 2016 will be held on Monday, January 11th, at East Hampton Town Hall, 159 Pantigo Rd. at 6:30 pm. We welcome anyone from the public who would like join us.

Please note that the Trustees regularly scheduled meeting of November 24, 2015 has been changed to November 17, 2015, starting at 6:00 PM. 

Join the Trustees at the 25th Annual Largest Clam Contest on Sunday, November 15, 2015 starting at noon at the American Legion Hall, located on Montauk Highway in Amagansett (across from Brents).
Enter a clam that you harvest from East Hampton waters into the contest and win great prizes! There will also be a homemade clam chowder contest. All entrants can enjoy clam chowder, a raw bar, and light refreshments while waiting for the judging to take place.

Plaques and prizes will be awarded to an adult and child who harvest the largest clam from each harbor. The largest clam from all the harbors will be awarded a plaque and prize as well. There will also be a prize for the best clam chowder!

Go clamming and then come to the Trustees 25th Annual Largest Clam Contest!
Have fun-win prizes-enjoy good food and also learn about shellfishing and shellfish seeding programs in East Hampton waters. 

We need PRIZES for our fantastic clammers and Chowder Chefs!
If you would like to donate a prize, please contact our office.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Marine Program educators and scientists will be presenting information on past, present, and future eelgrass and other restoration projects in and around East Hampton waters.  

Please join us on November 15, 2015, during the 25th annual Largest Clam Contest at the American Legion Hall, located on Montauk Highway in Amagansett (across from Brents), to learn the details of the the status of eelgrass restorations in Napeague Harbor, Hog Creek, and Northwest Harbor, as well as the restoration work such as eelgrass, marsh grass, dune grass, and gracillaria that Cornell can offer. 

We will discuss issues that affect eelgrass like groundwater seepage, light penetration, and temperature, as well as other related restoration/enhacement projects in East Hampton.

We will also learn from our shellfish hatchery manager Barley Dunne, about the status of our shellfish hatchery and seeding projects in local waters!

Please join your Trustees and the folks from Cornell for an informative and fun event!

This event is free and open to the public and is suitable for all ages.