In the Media

Arrays of geotextile bags like these near Lazy Point, which are authorized only on a short-term emergency basis, have remained far beyond the span allowed by East Hampton Town.Durell Godfrey The installation of geotextile bags that are meant to be a short-term measure but have remained long after their permits’
Beach closures in place since April at the Amagansett National Wildlife Refuge and the Jessup’s Neck peninsula at the Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge in Sag Harbor, both to protect threatened shorebirds, were lifted earlier this week in the wake of an unsuccessful effort to allow the bird populations
Recreational shellfish harvesters with a valid shellfish license from the town can enter hard-clam contestants harvested from Napeague, Accabonac, and Three Mile Harbors as well as Lake Montauk and Hog Creek.Durell Godfrey The East Hampton Town Trustees’ Largest Clam Contest, a popular annual event that showcases the trustees’ role in
Bob Tymann of South Fork Sea Farmers hopes to establish an oyster reef in Accabonac Harbor.Durell Godfrey The East Hampton Town Trustees on Monday heard from Bob Tymann of South Fork Sea Farmers, which John Dunne, the director of the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery, described as the nonprofit educational arm
“Kelp, kelp, and more kelp” is how John Dunne, the director of the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery, described a request to the town trustees to allow a pilot project that would see 100-foot lines of kelp grown in both Three Mile and Accabonac Harbors this winter. At their meeting

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