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Somes Signs Of Hope In Effort To Bring Shinnecock Bay Back From Brink

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Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sanctuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program.        COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sanctuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sanctuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program.        COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sanctuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sactuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program.        COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install clam sactuaries as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install eelgrass as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program.        COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students install eelgrass as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students installeelgrass as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program.        COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

Stony Brook Marine Sceince students installeelgrass as part of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. COURTESY OF THE SHINNECOCK BAYS RESTORATION PROJECT

authorMichael Wright on May 14, 2014
Two years into a $3 million effort to boost the ability of western Shinnecock Bay to absorb the abuse of development along its shores, scientists from Stony Brook University say... more

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