In the Media

Uninvited: The Spread of Invasive Species is an exciting and informative 55-minute film by Westfield Production Company. The documentary introduces the concept of invasive species and highlights some of the species threatening New York’s environment and economy, while also showing some innovative ways that New York State is combatting these threats. Uninvited features
Learn about the benefits of living/ natural shoreline here and check out our progress on the Suffolk County Marine Environmental Learning Center Living Shoreline project in Southold. Living shorelines use plants or other natural elements to stabilize coastlines. A comparison of living and hardened shorelines. Image from NOAA. Faced with
Seen here being towed toward its “retirement” home, the Shannon C, a 60-foot steel barge, is the latest vessel to be added to the Shinnecock artificial reef.Courtesy DJ Whelan Corp. By Christine Sampson November 11, 2021 When she was young, Shannon Cecilia Whelan was a crew member aboard a steel
Photo by Robert Tymann, EdD South Fork Sea Farmers Accabonac Harbor Oyster Reef : Location #1 The purpose of the reef is to remove excess nutrients (nitrates and phosphates) from the water and to provide habitats for a variety of marine species in their juvenile stage. Please see the Power
Clams on the half shell
In case you missed it, the Trustee’s Largest Clam Contest was filmed by Frank Vespe of @LTVeh.org on October 3rd, 2021. Watch the fun here! Click here to watch video


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