In the Media

Seeking beach monitor volunteers: Piping plovers are expected back on our EH beaches soon, and are an endangered, protected species. Read more about the plover program at http://ehamptonny.gov/244/Endangered-Species-Management… and please call the Natural Resources Dept. at 631-324-0496 if you can volunteer. * Community service and a stipend available!
“We are a county that will no longer allow our water quality to go unaddressed, but will come together to Reclaim Our Water.” Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone reclaimourwater.info Click on the tab to access the Reclaim Our Water website that offers information about how to apply for a new
60th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade Sunday, March 27, starting at 12 PM Grand Marshal Luncheon Friday, March 25 Annual Cocktail Party Saturday, March 26, 4 pm to 8 pm at Gurney’s Resort The East Hampton Town Trustees will be in the parade this year – hope to see you
Oyster Reefs: A Keystone of Bay Restoration with Moderator Alexandra Taity Guests: Mike Doall: Associate Director for Bivalve Restoration – School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences – Stony Brook University – Bradley Peterson: Associate Professor School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences – Stony Brook University Gregg Rivara: Cornell Cooperative Extension’s
Losing Beach to Hardened Shorelines & Docks Executive Director Joyce Novak PhD. of the Peconic Estuary Partnership addressed the Trustees at our last meeting of January 24th regarding hardened shorelines and other structures along our water’s coastlines. To read the full article from the East Hampton Star click on the


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