Greg Wehner, Governor Cuomo Designates The Shinnecock Bay As A Shellfish Sanctuary, 27 East.com, September 12,2017
Jen Newman, “Shellfish Hatcheries Continue To Blossom; State Funding Could Be Coming Soon” 27 East.com, June 21,2017
Jen Newman,”Enlisting Shellfish to Clean the Bays” Southampton Press, June 22,2017
In the spring of 2016, we participated in a larval oyster diet study in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County and successful used algal paste as food to maintain planktonic oyster larvae to the stage where they could set on a substrate and grow.
Erica Thompson, “East Hampton Student Grows Algae For Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery.” 27 East.com, February 26,2015
www.peconicestuary.org/. A Day in the Life of the Peconic, Conscience Shellfish Hatchery
Ann Salvi, Sagharboronline.com Water Conservation on Long Island: Issues and Solutions
The Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery in North Sea, a non-profit that works toward improving local aquaculture, has sponsored a marine biologist to help restock Southampton Town waters with millions of oysters and clams in the years ahead, paid for by Mr. Harrison’s real estate business and Joe Tremblay of Bay Burger, through the Sag Harbor Oyster Club. Shellfish filter the water, provide nutrients for other sea creatures and Sag Harbor help stabilize the bay bottom.
Marshall Heyman, “Hand in the Hamptons, Plus a Bird Haven: Partying at the Home of the Addams’ Family and Much Ado About Madoo”. The Wall Street Journal, June 15, 2014
Laura Euler, “Friday the 13th, Sip Cocktails at Chas Addams’ House”, Curbed Hamptons, June 11, 2014
Ian J. Stark, “Hangin’ in the Hamptons: Benefits and Chachi“, Newsday, June 11, 2014
Brendan O’Reilly, “Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery Aims to Fix the Bays.” Dan’s Paper. March 12, 2014
Annette Hinkle, “Sea Scouts Look to Bring Shellfish Back to North Sea.” Sag Harbor Express. May 28, 2013