As many of you know, some of the research being conducted at Georgica Pond is pretty high tech work. Under the leadership of Dr. Christopher Gobler, we’re bringing together the newest technology and brightest minds to address the threats facing the pond.
The Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation, Inc. announced today that their Executive Director, Sara Davison received the “Citizen of the Year” award from the Wainscott Citizens Advisory Committee (WCAC). The award was presented at the regular meeting of the WCAC at the
Breakfast Meeting at the Creeks Many of you were able to attend the informative meeting on August 28 held at the Creeks, home of board member Dr. Anna Chapman and Ronald Perelman. For those of you who were not able to attend,
Georgica Pond is a beautiful ecosystem. Located in the Town of East Hampton between Wainscott and East Hampton Village, this ~ 300-acre coastal salt pond hosts an array of aquatic life unlike any other water body on Long Island. At its northern
Gardening Guidelines for Pond Neighbors At FOGP, we’re all avid gardeners and there is no better month to experience the joys of your garden than June. But anyone who lives in the watershed of Georgica Pond needs to be mindful that overuse
From the “Our Island, Our Water, Our Future” short film series with The Nature Conservancy, we bring you a segment that hits home for those of us with 4 legged furry friends. Toxic blue-green algae threatens many bodies of water on Long