Moriches Bay Project Teaches Girls Inc. Participants How To Install An Oyster Farm In Moriches Bay - 27 East

Moriches Bay Project Teaches Girls Inc. Participants How To Install An Oyster Farm In Moriches Bay

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authorStaff Writer on Jul 12, 2019
Members of the Moriches Bay Project and its sponsor, BNB Bank, spent Friday morning in West Hampton Dunes teaching members of Girls Inc. of Long Island how to make oyster... more

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