Peconic Baykeeper Partners With Southampton Wastewater Company To Save the Bay - 27 East

Peconic Baykeeper Partners With Southampton Wastewater Company To Save the Bay

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Peter Topping, the Peconic Baykeeper, and the oyster nursery

Peter Topping, the Peconic Baykeeper, and the oyster nursery

The AWS and Peconic Baykeeper teams readying the nursery in Cold Spring Pond.

The AWS and Peconic Baykeeper teams readying the nursery in Cold Spring Pond. Courtesy of Advanced Wastewater Solutions

Members of the AWS staff adding oysters to the nursery

Members of the AWS staff adding oysters to the nursery Courtesy of Advanced Wastewater Solutions

Pete Topping, the Peconic Baykeeper

Pete Topping, the Peconic Baykeeper Courtesy of Advanced Wastewater Solutions

authorAlec Giufurta on Jul 21, 2020
Peter Topping, the Peconic Baykeeper, has watched the Peconic Estuary’s condition deteriorate throughout his life. Now, with funding from a Southampton business and a few-thousand oysters, he hopes to right... more

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