Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program Hits Milestone - 27 East

Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program Hits Milestone

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Local students help plant clams while they learn about their importance to the region from the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY SHINNECOCK BAY RESORATION PROGRAM

Local students help plant clams while they learn about their importance to the region from the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY SHINNECOCK BAY RESORATION PROGRAM

The Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program works with local schools to show them the importance of shellfish in the region by planting clams in the Shinnecock Bay. COURTESY SHINNECOCK BAY RESTORATION PROGRAM

The Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program works with local schools to show them the importance of shellfish in the region by planting clams in the Shinnecock Bay. COURTESY SHINNECOCK BAY RESTORATION PROGRAM

authorGreg Wehner on Dec 22, 2015
Those behind the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program, an initiative that seeks to cleanse the water in the western side of the bay through the introduction of shellfish, recently celebrated a... more

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