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Southampton Town Kicks Off New Scallop Initiative in Hampton Bays

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Southampton Town officials and members of the Cornell Cooperative Extension kick off a new bay scallop restoration program in Hampton Bays earlier this month.

Southampton Town officials and members of the Cornell Cooperative Extension kick off a new bay scallop restoration program in Hampton Bays earlier this month.

Cornell Cooperative Extension staff and Southampton Town officials throw baby scallops into the waters of Tiana Bay as a part of a new water quality program to restore scallop populations and habitat.

Cornell Cooperative Extension staff and Southampton Town officials throw baby scallops into the waters of Tiana Bay as a part of a new water quality program to restore scallop populations and habitat. Courtesy Southampton Town

authorStaff Writer on Jul 20, 2021
Members of the Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Marine Program and Southampton Town officials gathered recently for an inaugural “bay scallop toss” to mark the beginning of a new bay scallop program... more

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