In the Media

wind turbines in the ocean
NOAA Fisheries and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management share the final Federal Survey Mitigation Strategy for Northeast and Mid-Atlantic with plans to adapt the strategy for other regions. December 5, 2022 NOAA Fisheries’ surveys are essential for collecting the data necessary to inform the sustainable management of our nation’s
Living shoreline photo NOAA
Living shorelines connect the land and water to stabilize shorelines, reduce erosion, and provide valuable habitat that enhances coastal resilience. Living Shoreline Photo NOAA Living shorelines are both beautiful and practical. They add attractive, low-maintenance green space and focal points for people to gather. Their services to the environment—which also benefit people—include
oyster seedlings from EH Shellfish Hatchery
Learn how seeds are grown for clams, scallops, and oysters at the shellfish hatchery – right up until they’re ready to be given to our harbors to mature and help keep our waters clean and thriving. Oyster seeds ready for the harbor! Photo Susan McGraw-Keber Copyright 2003 BN Productions. Produced
Mike Martinsen, owner of Montauk Pearl Oysters aboard his boat on the waters
by Richard Lewin from Hamptons Real Estate Showcase. Stemming the Tides of Change in Montauk Anyone who has lived on the East End for any length of time has a real estate story about “the one that got away”. “I could have bought a cottage in Ditch Plains for $28,000”,
The East Hampton Water Quality Technical Advisory Committee (WQTAC) recently submitted five project applications to the Town Board members after reviewing ten applications originally submitted for consideration to receive funds from the Community Preservation Fund (CPF). The grant awards program affords a portion of the funds derived from the fund

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