The East Hampton Trustees have been the stewards of East Hampton public lands and waterways since 1661. We are one of the oldest bodies of government in our country and are one of the largest land owners in our beloved town of East Hampton.
East Hampton is facing many important environmental challenges, and we must all work together in order to improve our local environment and ensure clean water for future generations. We are very proud and pleased that several local community groups have been formed to undertake environmental projects and remediation on Trustee property.
The East Hampton Trustees welcome the opportunity to work with local community groups and members of the public on environmental projects. Please contact the Trustee office at 631/267-8688 to schedule a meeting regarding your project or community initiative today.