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Celebrating Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot

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Cutting the ribbon to inaugurate Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot.   KITTY MERRILL

Cutting the ribbon to inaugurate Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot. KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Christopher Gobler, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Professor Ellen Pikitch celebrate  the selection of Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot.  KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Christopher Gobler, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Professor Ellen Pikitch celebrate the selection of Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot. KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Kelsey Leonard of the Shinnecock Nation spoke of the the importance of Shinnecock Bay to her people.   KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Kelsey Leonard of the Shinnecock Nation spoke of the the importance of Shinnecock Bay to her people. KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Sylvia Earle, founder and chair of Mission Blue, and world-renowned environmental marine scientist.  KITTY MERRILL

Dr. Sylvia Earle, founder and chair of Mission Blue, and world-renowned environmental marine scientist. KITTY MERRILL

Southampton Town Trustee Edward Warner, Jr. spoke of the value in collaborating with all stakeholders to enhance the quality of Shinnecock Bay.   KITTY MERRILL

Southampton Town Trustee Edward Warner, Jr. spoke of the value in collaborating with all stakeholders to enhance the quality of Shinnecock Bay. KITTY MERRILL

Cutting the ribbon to inaugurate Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot at the Stony Brook University Marine Science Center in Southampton.  KITTY MERRILL

Cutting the ribbon to inaugurate Shinnecock Bay as a Global Hope Spot at the Stony Brook University Marine Science Center in Southampton. KITTY MERRILL

Kitty Merrill on Jun 13, 2023
Last year, Shinnecock Bay achieved a global distinction shared with such internationally recognized locations as the Galapagos Islands, the Sargasso Sea, and the Ross Sea in Antarctica. It was named... more

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