Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation (FOGP) completed its second year of harvesting macroalgae and aquatic plants from Georgica Pond on Oct. 1. The harvester arrived at the Pond on May 30 and was operated by two students working at the… Read more
The East Hampton Town Trustees, who manage many of the town’s beaches, waterways, and bottomlands on behalf of the public, oversaw the opening of Georgica Pond to the Atlantic Ocean on Thursday morning.
Though the pond is typically let on
Friends of Georgica Pond (FOGP) is pleased to report that the East Hampton Town Board voted unanimously to approve the acquisition of a 1.2-acre tract of land in the Wainscott Business District. With the help of private funds raised by… Read more
Many of you were able to attend the informative meeting on low-nitrogen septic systems on August 27th at the Creeks. For those of you who couldn’t attend, we are providing this e-newsletter.
Our special thanks go to Dr. Anna Chapman… Read more
Many may not be aware that the Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) is the rarest creature living and breeding at Georgica Pond. We’ve all heard about this small shorebird and get annoyed with it for closing the beach, but how many … Read more
Meet Dr. Bradley Peterson
Friends of Georgica Pond (FOGP) are happy to welcome Dr. Bradley Peterson to the Georgica Pond Team. An Associate Professor at Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SOMAS), Dr. Peterson is an expert… Read more