Southampton Town Receives State Grant To Battle Invasive Species in Long Pond Greenbelt - 27 East

Southampton Town Receives State Grant To Battle Invasive Species in Long Pond Greenbelt

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A view of the Long Pond Greenbelt. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN

A view of the Long Pond Greenbelt. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN

author on Feb 20, 2024
Southampton Town has received a $24,000 grant to help control invasive species in Long Pond and Little Long Pond in the Long Pond Greenbelt, a series of ponds and woodlands... more

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