A floating tractor that has been used the last two summers to skim thick clumps of aquatic weeds out of Georgica Pond may be helping the pond to avoid the dense blooms of toxic algae that appeared in previous years, a marine
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 and Ronald
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.
Although the quality of waterways overseen by the East Hampton Town Trustees is generally excellent, according to a presentation at Town Hall on Monday, the negative effects of housing density and inadequate septic systems are evident. Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University’s
Posted in the Letters to the Editor of the East Hampton Star, On Georgica Pond East Hampton May 16, 2016 Dear David, The Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation would like to clarify and respond to concerns that were raised in the article