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Aug 3, 2017 12:58 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Seed Clams Released In Three Mile Harbor

Back to the Bays: In a joint project involving the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery and Paddle Diva. 100,000 seed hard clams were distributed Tuesday around Penny Sedge Island in Three Mile Harbor, with Barley Dunn of the shellfish hatchery presiding as paddleboarders old and young took buckets of clams and scattered them in the shallows. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS
Aug 3, 2017 3:07 PM

In a project called Back to the Bays, the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery, Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Great Peconic Race Committee and Paddle Diva distributed 100,000 seed clams around Penny Sedge Island in Three Mile Harbor on Tuesday. Barley Dunn of the hatchery presided as paddleboarders young and old scattered buckets of clams in the shallows. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS

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Well done. Getting others involved in our waters...
By knitter (763), Southampton on Aug 3, 17 3:24 PM
Thank you to all who contributed to this much needed project
By toes in the water (503), southampton on Aug 4, 17 6:10 AM
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