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Plan to collect seaweed shot down by East Hampton Town Trustees

By Beth Young on Jun 16, 2009
Native Americans likely taught early East Hampton residents to gather seaweed along the shores for use as fertilizer for their crops, but a recent plan put forth by a nursery... more

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