In the Media

The East Hampton Town Trustees want a study of fish stocks in the region to start immediately to get two years of baseline sampling before construction begins on the South Fork Wind Farm in 2023 so that the impacts of the wind farm on fish migrations can be tracked. Members
The Georgica Pond weed harvester was used in 2016. By Christopher Walsh of the East Hampton Star The East Hampton Town Trustees have given unanimous approval to the Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation, a group of pondfront property owners, to employ an aquatic weed harvester to extract plant material from
The Suffolk County Legislature on Tuesday unanimously approved expanded rules for leasing hundreds of new acres of Peconic and Gardiners bays for aquaculture, amid concern by boaters that the program would limit recreational uses. The county’s aquaculture lease program, first approved by the legislature in 2009, has helped spawn a
From the East Hampton Star After several years of discussion, debate, and public comment, the proposed South Fork Wind farm has come closer to reality. Both the East Hampton Town Board and the town trustees have voted to execute agreements with the developers allowing the wind farm’s export cable to
captain jeff nichols from The East Hampton Star
The timing was right when my friend called and informed me the town was looking for a licensed captain with experience in running a 23-foot center-console outboard. He said the job was right up my alley, having recently failed as a Groupon charter captain. (By the way, whoever wrote that

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