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East Hampton Trustees Urge Orsted To Get Wind Farm Fisheries Studies Underway Immediately

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The East Hampton Town Trustees want a study of fish stocks in the region to start immediately to get two years of baseline sampling before construction begins on the South Fork Wind Farm in 2023 so that the impacts of the wind farm on fish migrations can be tracked.

The East Hampton Town Trustees want a study of fish stocks in the region to start immediately to get two years of baseline sampling before construction begins on the South Fork Wind Farm in 2023 so that the impacts of the wind farm on fish migrations can be tracked.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 14, 2021
Members of the East Hampton Town Trustees this week said that South Fork Wind Farm developer Ørsted needs to get fish population surveys started immediately, even though the actual proposal... more

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